Best Of 2013: Movie Theater

Earlier this year, the venerable and virtually unbeatable Kimball's Peak Three made the transition from actual film to digital projection. Kimball Bayles, owner and namesake of the indie film house, wasn't too sad to see the old stuff go: "It's mostly a pain in the ass." Now? "This is all computerized," he says. "We don't even do anything." But don't worry — just because the film grain is gone doesn't mean the independent and art house films that made Kimball's an Indy favorite for the last two decades are. "If I ever run something too mainstream," Bayles says, "you should see the emails I get!" — Jeff Koch

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