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Running head: THE MOVIES NOWADAYS

The movies nowadays.

Andoni Rosainz Caloca

UVM North Campus

Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Andoni Rosainz Caloca, UVM North Campus, Room D15, Av. Vallarta, Guadalajara, Jalisco . E-mail: andoni-rz@hotmail.com

THE MOVIES NOWADAYS

Abstract

The cinema industry had change with the pass of the time and the technology used in the production of the movies to.

In all of the process that have to be done in cinema production they use technology in all of the stages that have the cinema industry.

THE MOVIES NOWADAYS

Introduction.

In the past years the cinema industries were making movies with more technology and with new methods to impress the new generations and rewrite the history of the movies, and making reboots like batman, ironman, Godzilla, and more and more.

The production of the movies has change completely because the new methods and forms that they choose.

The technology have a big responsibility of this changes, the computers have more participation in this industries making all the special effects and the costumes of the cast, they don’t use make over anymore they use special programs.

THE MOVIES NOWADAYS

Method.

The new digital era had change the point of view about the movies, with the new cameras that capture sharper, clearer footage, and the technology has made special effects increasingly impressive and Digital technology has also become cheaper and more accessible.

The techonolgy change the:

Special effects- Digital technology can create dazzling special effects that appear realistic and natural, and engineers use computers to insert them into the films.

Impact on Plot- The advances in special effects have impacted how movies are made.

 However, some people argue that as special effects get better, movie plots become worse.

The Democratization of Filmmaking- Digital technology has made the art of film making more

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