Hitchcock, Wells, Kubrick are rolling in there graves, how image capturing devices became "cheap, hi quality, mobile", I think now even on a large theater screen a professional wouldn't notice the difference between a RED, BMC or an ALEXA if it was well exposed and through a good pipeline, and that was proven almost ten years ago...Would die to see Hitchcock's reaction to a Komodo or a bmpcc put in his hand, would love to see what he'll do with it
This event is infested with material, it changed the world on so many levels "social, physiological, economical... etc" and will continue to do so. It's a great opportunity to point out a cliche trap but not to avoid the subject.
Nolan is a clever good filmmaker, but great movies are great because they engage you in an immersive intense experience at the first viewing"as some of his other movies dose", confusing craftsmanship"in any department" with greatness is a common mistake, you don't have to investigate or decode great art"its in your face almost touching you", Dunkirk at it best is a great try for the oscars or to be knighted"revive the Nazi's matter and glorify the British empire as 1917 dose", Tarantino on the other hand is the lord of nonsense, his movies are no more than interpersonal theatrical narrative structured in a cool manner and shot on "film", cinema is much more vast than this, one of the main reasons of its diminish and reduction to "a cool art" is false icons like Tarantino ... Excuse my lengthy troll
Indie has been here since the beginning and was legit in the forties, most of the legends started independently and in way worse conditions and fought most aggressive gatekeepers, their results is far more rich and complex in all aspects"and no its not subjective its pure technical", maybe those conditions are needed to push the craft, by the way Im not a fan of any on the above supporters list
Maybe its the start of a new more serious platform, which attracts hardcore storytellers/creatives and filters all the noise we have been consuming since 5D started shooting"video"