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There’s been a lot of talk recently about new forms of technology and film presentation.  A variety of options now exist from 48 fps, Digital 3D, IMAX, and 70 mm.  The conversion over the years to these new formats from the previous standard option of 35 mm has been the focus of many heated debates.  Recently there was a documentary released covering this very topic entitled Side By Side.  But what about the format that revolutionized the movie industry long before we saw Batman fight criminals on larger than life screens and Hobbits trek across mountains in crystal clear detail?  What format brought filmmakers and fans together from around the world to celebrate original stories no matter what the budget or subject may be?  The answer is home video.  Long before Blu-ray, DVD, and even Laser Disc, film fans flocked to video stores to rent new arrivals every weekend (or just the »

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