By Wheeler Winston Dixon
They are shot on high-definition electronic cameras—with computer-generated results further in postproduction—and transmitted to theaters, web pages, and video-on-demand networks world wide. they're considered on computing device, iPod, and mobile phone monitors. they're video clips within the twenty first century—the manufactured from electronic applied sciences that experience revolutionized media construction, content material distribution, and the adventure of moviegoing itself.
21st-Century Hollywood introduces readers to those international differences and describes the decisive roles that Hollywood is enjoying in making a choice on the electronic destiny for international cinema. It deals transparent, concise motives of a massive paradigm shift that keeps to reshape our courting to the relocating snapshot. jam-packed with a number of distinctive examples, the e-book will either train and entertain movie scholars and picture fanatics alike.
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21st-Century Hollywood: Movies in the Era of Transformation by Wheeler Winston Dixon