Cory McCabe & Stephen Barbettini discuss how they each interact with film and their different ways of experiencing the art form.
While there isn't a "right" or "wrong" way to watch a movie, Stephen and I talk about the multiple and many ways to interact with the art form of film. Our individual experiences with films are inherently different than anybody else's.
There are so many factors that come into play that cause each person's experience to be a subjective one. The goal of this video is to get you thinking about how YOU experience and watch films. Please share in a review how you find yourself watching movies. I wanna hear.
Something I'm setting out to challenge in this video podcast series called "Behind The Film" is to see where objectivity meets filmmaking. Essentially, can a film be objectively good??
Art, and fine arts, have a clear subjective nature to them. But is all forms of art purely subjective? Continue following along to see what I find out.