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Enjoy Your Intermission
Directed by
Adam Carboni & Tansy Michaud

USA / 2015 / 12:32

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Adam Carboni & Tansy Michaud
Longtime projectionist, Roger Babcock, has been threading film through the Hi-Way Drive-in's projectors for more than 40 years. However, with Hollywood studios no longer offering film prints of their releases, Roger is faced with an ultimatum: upgrade all four of the Hi-Way's 35mm film projectors to expensive digital systems, or close the gates which have so warmly welcomed moviegoers since 1960... for good.
Tansy Michaud and Adam Carboni both work in the New York City television industry and share a love for all things nostalgic. By day, Tansy is a graphic designer on television shows, and Adam works as a commercial cinematographer. By night, they create short documentary portraits about people and the things they love. Their projects are conceptualized in their small apartment above a Chinese restaurant in Queens, NY.
Cast/Featuring: Roger Babcock, Sharon Babcock, Joyce Lehnert, John Waters
Executive Producer(s):
Producer(s): Tansy Michaud & Adam Carboni
Director(s): Adam Carboni & Tansy Michaud
Cinematographer(s): Adam Carboni
Editor(s): Alex Trierweiler
Sound Designer(s): Alex Trierweiler


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