Filmmakers are storytellers who are constantly looking for new ways to captivate their audiences. Today, the players in the film industry are leaving no stone unturned to create a superior visual experience for their audience that would be etched in their memory for a long time. So, grab some popcorn while we take you through the top 4 media trends that are trending in the film industry:
Lord of The Films: Virtual Reality
Movies take you to a totally different world, but with the help of virtual reality – quite literally! This is one of the popular media trends in the film industry today, which aims at creating an immersive and interactive audience experience. How cool would it be to feel that you are inside the movie right? But the use of VR technology in the film industry is still at its nascent stage as the movie makes are gradually figuring out ways to pull off a good balance of artistic talents and technical skills using virtual reality. Once this technology is perfectly put into place in the film industry, it will pave the way for an ‘out of the world’ movie viewing experience.’
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Mobile Film-making Rises
With mobiles dominating our lives, it is not surprising that players in the film industry are venturing into mainstream mobile filmmaking. By venturing into mobile filmmaking, filmmakers get the opportunity to cut down on costs associated with the use of traditional cameras and will be able to create content on the move. Since the popularity of mobile filmmaking is growing, mobile manufacturers are rapidly developing smartphones with higher camera quality and apps that support HD video recording.
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Era of “Netflix and Chill”
Media trends like electronic home video or on-demand streaming services have experienced sky-rocketing popularity in the past few years. On-demand streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime have become so successful that they are not just broadcasting the best films and TV shows anymore, but have also started producing content themselves.
Drone is in the Air
Filmmakers have been relying on drones to shoot aerial footage for years, but earlier they had some major limitations such as short battery life and inconsistent film quality due to which they took a backseat in the film industry. However, drone technology has evolved in recent times, making them an easier, cheaper, and faster technology for exceptional shots from various angles.