Screening films in digital is like forcing audiences to watch television in public, cult director Quentin Tarantino told the Cannes film festival on Friday, adding that the lush 35-millimetre cinema he grew up with was “dead”. Tarantino is not competing in this year’s event, but he spoke to journalists and film critics before a 35mm screening of his hit “Pulp Fiction” on the beach on Friday night. Tarantino said “Digital projections, that’s just television in public.”
Tarantino Dances on the Red Carpet in Cannes
Quentin Tarantino pulls out some classic moves at the Cannes Film Festival, as the cast of Pulp Fiction marks 20 years since winning the Palme d’Or.