Just noticed one watching The Witch (2015) last night. When the family is eating together in their house in exile, it looks just like Van Gogh's "The Potato Eaters."
Ok I don't know that much about digital projectors. I understand 97% of theaters use them nowadays and that a chip containing tiny mirrors that reflect individual pixels make the magic happen... So how is watching a movie shot on film, then digitally scanned, then digitally enhanced with CGI and mastering, then made into a DCP, then projected via pixels and mirrors the same as watching a "film?"
In other words, if you take a film camera and photograph a screen, when you loupe in close enough, won't you see pixels if the grain was theoretically fine enough?
Not really buying this CEO's argument.