Digital Cinema refers to the use of digital technology in the art of movie-making. Movies tell a story using cinematic language. This language includes camera angle, camera motion, framing of shots, editing, music, and visual effects. The digital medium makes all these things easier to manipulate and control. Images are sharper. Effects are more realistic. Editing is simpler to track and execute. In short, Digital Cinema helps filmmakers tell better stories.

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Digital Cinema as Narrative Art

Lucas Museum of Narrative Art