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LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64WE
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova...
Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes...
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal August 31, 2013. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's traveling film projectionists. After six decades traveling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64VT
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, prepares a reel before a projection in Monforte, Portugal May 16,...
Monforte, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano prepares a reel before a projection in Monforte
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, prepares a reel before a projection in Monforte, Portugal May 16, 2015. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's traveling film projectionists. After six decades traveling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken May 16, 2015. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64R5
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, carries projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes,...
Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano carries projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, carries projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal August 31, 2013. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's traveling film projectionists. After six decades traveling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64J0
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova...
Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes...
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal August 31, 2013. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's travelling film projectionists. After six decades travelling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
FRANCE/
RTR2RJAO
September 19, 2011
A technician works on an old video tape at the INA (National Audiovisual Institute) at Bry-sur-Marne,...
Paris, France
A technician works at the INA (National Audiovisual Institute) at Bry-sur-Marne,
A technician works on an old video tape at the INA (National Audiovisual Institute) at Bry-sur-Marne, eastern Paris, September 19 2011. The INA is a repository of all French radio and television audiovisual archives.REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR2GFQJ
July 15, 2010
A cassette player is placed on bricks at a brick-making factory outside Kabul July 15, 2010. Labourers,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A cassette player is placed on bricks at a brick-making factory outside Kabul
A cassette player is placed on bricks at a brick-making factory outside Kabul July 15, 2010. Labourers, most of whom work barefoot and without gloves, earn from $3 to $8 a day depending on their working hours and the number of bricks they make. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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