Leaving TV out of the discussion, how does one differentiate cinema and movie? Rethinking the Value of the Short Film: It seems like Soderbergh is being extremely selective with his arguments. To have this privilege of worldwide communication in a world so incapable of understanding, and ignore its possibilities, and accept a compromise — most certainly will and should lead the artist and his films to oblivion. I do think these guys would have been looking at television for stuff like Mean Streets, Annie Hall, Serpico – in a long format rather than 90 minutes. The man speaks the truth, and from the heart. Although I’m a lover of film, I can accept digital when it works.
What Have You Been Watching. New tech is good to know about but it’s REALLY nice to hear someone such as young and accomplished as Soderbergh wax eloquent on the current state of cinema. Aside from all that, for me, the show that really pushed me over the edge for TV is Deadwood and The Wire. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. I had friends hyping me on TV about 10 years ago and I was like “what?? I think it works when you don’t easily notice that it’s digital.
It could be a commercial, it could be something on YouTube. There were a few discussions during The Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Roudtable’ series where actors, producers, directors, etc. New tech is good to know about but it’s REALLY nice to hear someone such as young and accomplished as Soderbergh wax eloquent on the current state of cinema.
Now you may need to make several very brilliant no budget features before the studios will even take a chance on you with a truly original film as a director. Can’t personally say anything about Magic Mike but I believe digital can work well if you notice it.
Hit the jump for the full video, and read on for the latest on his Twitter endeavors. I had friends hyping me on TV about 10 years ago and I was like “what??
I’m surprised he made as many films as he did in that environment. I love 70s and 90s cinema but it’s not extremely better than the 00s. The only thing that hasn’t changed is the need for exceptional writing.
And so the artist is thrown out of soundclodu pictures, and the businessman makes his entrance. Although Skundcloud a lover of film, I can accept digital when it works.
It is hard BUT now anyone can now make a film, literally no one can stop you for better or worse just like anyone can write and publish a novel.
So look at it from my perspective. Moderators have final discretion.
This is a very good thing as it leads to very new forms of cinematic expression. Over here in England, these big successful shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, House of Cards and so on and so forth aren’t that huge here. Icnema an ad-free experience with special benefits, and directly support Reddit. We want to encourage and support in-depth, intellectual discussion. Click for video essays. That was absurd science fiction in until just a few years ago. Season 2 Visual Effects Breakdown: I wish more filmmakers would speak this openly cinemma plainly.
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However, the new thoughts must eventually lead to change. On the other hand, the audience itself, other-directed and mass-minded as it is, may condemn pictures such as Twelve Angry Men or The Goddess. This is an older comment of mine. Want to add to the discussion? Aside from all that, for me, the show that really pushed sounscloud over the edge steevn TV is Deadwood and The Wire.
Links to outside articles must be submitted in a self-post and are subject to the above posting rules. It was written by the great John Cassavetes back in I know marketing or lack thereof has a huge impact in people’s perception of films and shows, but it seems like Soderbergh is projecting.
Both those shows I would put above most of my favorite movies, in terms of acting and writing. A lot of the people who go to the movies may never have had the opportunity to wax poetic on the beauty of European airports versus American ones.
I get that drawing this binary between “movies” and “film” helps when making an argument like Soderbergh’s, but the truth is that the situation is a lot more dynamic than people want to let on. Often times, we see digital done right. The artist is an irreplaceable figure in our society: We are living in a totally new world and we need to start thinking about every aspect of cinema as up for re-definition – especially the kinds of stories and the types and sizes of audiences.
Log in or sign up in seconds. I appreciate hearing his insight into how the business works. Shane Carruth is on to this. Magic Mike, in my opinion, did not succeed because of its unique story and acting. Conflict and debate are good, though I also get that Soderbergh is saying that the latter is not happening anymore. You needed a giant mechanical film bench in order to “tape” your film together after you physically made the “cuts” no Avid yet I don’t believe – or a very very early one costing over