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For their 2014 New Frontier submission, Klip Collective created an experimental installation as a salute to the projectionist, the unsung hero of cinema. Beginning with similar neon lights and film clips as the trailer, festival goers watched as the exterior of the Egyptian Theatre appeared to move away to reveal the room behind the wall: the theatre’s projection booth. A parable of the mysterious projectionist unfolded, before the walls closed back up, patterns from the trailer continued, and everything returned to how it was before. 

Created for Sundance by Klip Collective which is a creative and production shop specializing in concepting and executing immersive visual experiences by combining media technology and problem solving engineering with a cinematic vision.

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