Going 3D gives local art house a boost
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Going 3D gives local art house a boost

Adam Greenbaum spent about $150,000 to buy equipment for his two screens at the Visulite, in Staunton, Va. His timing paid off with the recent 3D releases of "Alice in Wonderland," "How to Train Your Dragon" and "Clash of the Titans." Here he talks about the reason for going 3D. (Nicole Norfleet/The Washington Post)

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