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Buckland & McCusker vs Smith

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1917 won Oscars for Cinematography, Sound Mixing and Visual Effects, but it was surprising that it was not also nominated for Best Achievement in Film Editing.
The film compresses events through a visually compelling continuous on-screen performance without the appearance of interruption using cuts, but it’s certainly not the absence of editing that disqualified 1917 from a nomination.

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Who’s the audience and what’s the right platform?

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Suspend your media-platform biases and rethink everything. 2020 will usher in more sophisticated story engagement methodologies than the previous decade as platforms open more opportunities than ever. Screen composition, story structure and engagement platforms. Increasingly, everything we knew will need to be reimagined.

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The future looks good for niche streaming rights holders

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The fate of cable, satellite and traditional terrestrial television has been sealed as Apple TV +, DC Universe, Disney + and Facebook Watch joined the growing list of platforms. Consumers can expect to see more fragmentation opening up opportunities for niche streaming players. The opportunity now is for special interest groups. Within the next 5 years I’d expect to see a tighter integration between content and engagement. It’s a great time for content consumers, creators and media platform developers.