Back in 2012, Julia Marchese – then manager of the historic New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles – established her own creative project on KickStarter asking for (and successfully receiving) funding to direct and produce “a film about a weird and wonderful double feature revival theatre dedicated to 35mm & cinema…”
That film – Out of Print – focuses on repertory cinemas around the America and UK and why tangible 35mm film is so important, in what is truly a heartfelt ode to her former workplace and her unconditional passion for the arts. Julia recently reached her goal on a new campaign, this time to take
Julia recently reached her goal on a new campaign, this time to take Out of Print on a UK tour which will see her visit multiple art-house and rep cinemas throughout the country, all with her 35mm print in tow.
I spoke to Julia for HeyUGuys about her successful campaigns, her cinematic past both in front of and behind the camera, and her guide to the perfect home movie night.
Read the full interview at HeyUGuys.