Cinema is one of the greatest art forms of our time, providing popular entertainment in the preeminent forum for ideas and self-expression. Since the time of its invention in the late 1880s, cinema has used moving images to create amazing works.
Movies have helped us share our experiences and dreams. Photochemical film has been the exclusive format used to capture, develop, project, and store moving images for over 100 years. But over the past two decades, a new form of digital filmmaking has emerged, creating a ground-breaking evolution in the medium … a total transformation from analog to digital.