Moviehouse to be renovated

MILLERTON — By Friday, Feb. 10, The Millerton Moviehouse will be picture perfect, following a four-day renovation that will upgrade many of its systems.“Things always change and we’re always upgrading,” said Moviehouse owner Robert Sadlon. “The process is always moving forward, and we’re just staying alive and relevant. It will be a much better Moviehouse come Feb. 10th.”Changes will include replacing the 35mm film projection systems with Real D 3-D digital equipment, updating the sound system with Dolby 5.9 digital surround sound and replacing all of the screens with new ones.“In the end we’ll have better pictures and better sound,” Sadlon said.The renovations will not only improve the movie-going experience, the theater’s owner said, but will also allow for special events to be shown. Sadlon plans to present the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD, as well as the National Theatre, live from London, in addition to other special events and concerts.The renovations will begin Monday, Feb. 6, and are expected to wrap up by Thursday, Feb. 9. All three screening rooms will be transformed within those four days, Sadlon expects. During that time, he said, “everything is getting torn out and going back in new and digital.”

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