Yes, we get 2383. (I had to check.)
They look good. There's probably a bit of color fade, but we seriously couldn't ask them to look any better. We're needing to clear the screen only a handful of times a show. The audience has no clue they're watching an aged print, which is what it's all about.
We've been doing all our own servicing for...ever. The lack of changes we've made is what's made me so curious. I mean, we'll take the credit! That's always fun. But also, just trying to understand industry standards before the prints get to us. Thanks!
Joseph, I've had some films over the last few years last much longer than I've seen in the last decade. No pink dust or shedding even after 1300 runs. I don't think we've changed much in how we run. Do you know if something improved in the printing process even in the last few years? Thanks!