There are signs that home movie viewing could meet a resurgence of local movie-going that draws on entertainment conventions that preceded Hollywood's rise.
The experience of going to the cinema is unique, wrote Woolf.
Depictions of Indian life in cinema and soap operas have found particular affinity with communities in Northern Ghana.
At the end of the 1925 movie 'Red Kimono,' the protagonist, Gabrielle Darley, throws away her garment and moves on to a better life. Real life is more complicated.
The French government, by prioritizing only "essential" sectors during the Covid-19 pandemic, is ignoring the importance of its culture and cultural assets.
What the closure of Blue Sky studios means for the future of cartoons
For decades, rape-revenge films focused on fathers avenging crimes against their daughters. But filmmakers are telling new stories.
With No Time To Die pushed back for the third time, the timeliness that has contributed to the brand's success could be its downfall.
In Lagos, cinema audiences don't go to the movies for the film alone. There's more.
Industry experts see the shift away from theatrical releases as a sign that Hollywood studios are embracing the inevitable future. But is it as simple as that?
Canadians won't be able to stream 'Wonder Woman 1984' when it launches Christmas Day. Surfing streaming menus and reviews for what to watch and where may become a new Christmas movie tradition.
Just because two events last a month does not mean they both last the same amount of time.
A film about the shootings is likely to be very distressing for people directly impacted by the massacre, particularly those who still have PTSD or strong grief responses.
You might have the impression they're bad but give them another try and you might be surprised.
The film about old toys and new turns 25 this year. Heralded as the first computer animated film, a re-examination indicates it was cautiously innovative rather than a complete break with the past.
Total Recall is being re-released on its 30th birthday. With its economical, fast-paced narrative embedded in a spectacular cinematic world, it is a masterpiece of late 20th century Hollywood.
The cinema release of No Time to Die has again been delayed but like the ancient Greek god Dionysus, James Bond is immortal.
Be they ghosts or her mind playing tricks? The uncertainty is the draw of the 1898 classic The Turn of the Screw.
What Hollywood studio bosses seem not to realise is that they're trying to save US$1 billion but could lose ten times as much as a result.
The motion picture industry has endured a pandemic before. But the coronavirus may completely upend the old way of doing business.