FILM SENSE: The Cinematic Experience
Release Date: 11/04/2019
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What's the best way to watch a movie? Is the cinematic experience becoming a thing of the past?
That's the topic of my FILM SENSE discussion with to co-founders of Film Geeks- San Diego Beth Accomando and Miguel Rodriguez.
How important is it to see movies the way they were meant to be seen? For over 100 years, the ideal venue was always a darkened theater. With an audience. A communal affair.
Today, however, people can catch the latest release at home, on their computer, tablet or smartphone. And while the age of streaming has presented audiences with seemingly unlimited choices (and filmmakers with new channels)... at what cost?
Is it too late to save cinema? Not if we have anything to say about it.
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