Thursday, November 28, 2019

We've Got Mail #7 | The Movies of the Digital Age!

It's an all-new episode of WE'VE GOT MAIL, the podcast where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold answer YOUR letters!
And this week it's a doozy. You asked us to talk about big criticism concepts like style vs. substance, the perilous future of physical media, how to be a good film snob, and how cinematic storytelling has changed as we enter a hitherto unimaginable digital age!
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