Last week, my husband giggled with electric delight as he installed a 46-inch flat screen TV and sound system equipped with a sub-woofer. He declared that our family room was now our home theater and went straight to the computer to start ordering up the Netflix.
I am thinking to myself, ‘Who cares? I don’t actually want a home theater. I want to go to the movies, the theater, the Wiltern … Why don’t we build a proscenium stage in the living room and have the children put on plays?
Well, the point is, storytelling has moved from the family hearth to the page to the “screen,” and that screen takes every rectangular shape and size possible. I should know — I just created an iPhone app for actors…
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From Big Screen to iPad, Filmmakers must Adapt: The Wrap