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When filmmaker Kendall Messick was growing up in suburban Delaware, he learned that a neighbor kept a movie theater in his basement, complete with marquee, ticket booth, projector, and organ. Its name: the Shalimar. Its creator: Gordon Brinckle. “The beauty and graciousness of the past … [just] isn’t anymore,” Brinckle says in Messick’s 31-minute documentary, <strong xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">The Projectionist</strong>, part of a larger project about Brinckle, who died in 2007, and aimed at preserving the Shalimar. $29.95;
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When filmmaker Kendall Messick was growing up in suburban Delaware, he learned that a neighbor kept a movie theater in his basement, complete with marquee, ticket booth, projector, and organ. Its name: the Shalimar. Its creator: Gordon Brinckle. “The beauty and graciousness of the past … [just] isn’t anymore,” Brinckle says in Messick’s 31-minute documentary, The Projectionist, part of a larger project about Brinckle, who died in 2007, and aimed at preserving the Shalimar. $29.95;
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Credit: Kendall Messick