FYI, there’s a Hitchcockian glimpse of my camera-operating wife at about 3:11.
I’m curious what Cinemagogue followers would like to see as we move forward. In his hay-day, former film guru Roger Ebert used all three mediums to review and examine film (before he lost his edge on darker films,Â and started suggesting that video games could never really be called art – guess he hasn’t seen the trailer for Gears of War 3) so I’m trying to get a feel for what should garner the most focus, or what balance of all three forms should be leveraged.
Film is a visual medium, so film reviews using video makes sense
Audio content could be used while people are active, jogging or riding the bus
Written content may be the most accessible to online users.
Also, it could be that we cook up a recipe that leverages all three for the same films:
Video content for a new release
Written review for a DVD release
Audio exploration for a Film and Theology event
There are also some other facets of the site I’m hoping to add or flesh out that could be written, or an audio or video podcast:
Geek musings on film trends
Announcements of casting, what’s in production, etc.
Reviews of trailers, upcoming releases and what Cinemagogue expects
All this to say, to those who are gleaning enjoyment and value from the site and want to see it go forward, Cinemagogue would love to have your input on how to move forward in these areas and have those benefitting from its existence help shape its future. Would you like to see more audio, video, or written content? What formats would you prefer for various elements?Drop your comments here…