Together in the dark: what we miss about going to the movies
Oscar-winning editor Walter Murch: why cinema will always need a crowd. Cinemas are closed, but the silver screen’s primal magic lingers – and streaming is no substitute. From close-ups to communal screams, Walter Murch, editor of the Godfather trilogy and The English Patient, among others, explores in the Guardian the acute relationship between cinema-goers and filmmaking.
From The Guardian