When digital projection was first coming along, the big theaters had digital projection in some rooms, and film projection in others. It was kind of an experiment. Cut to now: I want to go see Django Unchained. Digital is not usually a dealbreaker for me, I notice the difference, but I overlook it and enjoy the movie anyway. However, I do like to see a film the way the director intended it to be seen; and it just so happens that Tarantino is a stickler for film projection. So I looked around. To my surprise, it seems, this year, suddenly, America at least, has quietly switched almost all of its theaters from film, to exclusively digital. Can't speak for other countries. 2 questions: 1. What do you all think of that? 2. Any resources for film purists out there? I'd like to find which theaters still project film.