How are the Internet and other technologies currently affecting the ways in which movies are produced, distributed, and exhibited? Are the changes having an impact on the quality or depth of the films? Provide specific examples as you explain your point of view.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com July 18, 2018, 1:15 am ad1c9bdddf
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From my personal experience with all the films I have watched in the theater on DVD versions, I say that films have evolved from black and white picture to now multi-colored filming techniques. I believe that was just one of the simple changes. As for the Internet and other technologies currently affecting the ways in which movies are produced, distributed, and exhibited, one had to experience a free screening night of events for any movie. You can usually find that out from a local radio station offering that event. I for one, was recently blessed with such an event on watching an 80s' remake, the famed Kevin Bacon's "Footloose", but now, it's starring Dennis Quaid, Julinne Hough, and Kevin Wormald. What happened through the film-producing process were that: the production crew must find a bunch of advertisers who would support the film by allowing them to advertise their products for them; that way, both companies would benefit each other. From that film screening night of events I went at the Mann Chinese Theater 6, in the Kodak Theater (Hollywood, CA) location, I was given a pack of free promotion items from various advertisers for the film. I believe that's how that movie was able to host a free screening nite; that ...
Effects of the Internet and other technologies are clearly summarized.