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Peter Jackson stands by new film format despite Hobbit preview doubts

guardian.co.uk
Monday, 30 April 2012

The Hobbit director will not abandon 48 frames per second despite criticisms that format looks like 'daytime television'

Peter Jackson says he will not abandon his quest to bring higher frame rates to cinemas after preview footage from The Hobbit met with a mixed reaction from audiences last week.

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