[Column] You Can See It All (Chris Fujiwara)

The dominant myth of cinema today has two sides. One side, which lingers from the 20th-century model of film exhibition, is the notion of cinema as a series of film events that occur according to the release schedules of distributors. These events still seem to rely on and refer to a sense of the now, of the singular moment within which it will be possible and necessary to see a film. Not to see a film during the window of its scheduled appearance on theatrical screens is to risk not being able to see it at all “on the big screen.” Not only the size of the screen, but also the technology of projection, the superiority of image resolutions and sound systems, and other factors (including the adherence to an invariable pre-scheduled time of screening) constitute what still remains of a cinematic experience that is designed to take place within the framework of the now.

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