Ronaldas Buožis on Commercial CinematographyCinematography, tech and boats
A study shows that 70% of people would rather watch movies at home than cinema. The theatrical experience is great, but many people are now prioritizing comfort and ease over going out. Diving into the survey's results and data in Variety is definitely worth taking a look at but suffice it to say the basic trend is that people prefer home viewing. Where do you prefer to watch? More at: https://variety.com/2020/film/news/new-movies-better-at-home-than-in-theaters-performance-research-1234611208/

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Andrius JanauskasLead Software Engineer @ Qoorio
Personally I would prefer to watch movie in a cinema for a few reasons: quality of sound/picture and lack of distractions I would normally see when watching movie in home (constantly checking phone, skiping some parts etc...) The main disadvantage of cinema is the lack of choice what kind of movie you can get to watch
5 months ago
Povilas GodliauskasFounder & Coach @ coach.lt
I usually go to cinema during festivals. It's truly something magical. And because it's magical, I don't want to make it a habit, especially because highly commercial films are not that inspiring to me.
5 months ago
Ronaldas BuožisCinematography, tech and boats
Very interesting point Andrius, I never thought about the distractions by watching at home. Unless it is a very bad content - which I will switch off eventually - I usually keep my focus on the screen for the entire time af home. But I can see how cinema experience can help with that.
5 months ago
Ronaldas BuožisCinematography, tech and boats
Povilas, I totally agree! Festivals and premieres are a totally different game in cinema experience. It’s kind of event.
5 months ago

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