Neil Hollander: Motion Pictures or Feature Films

What seems to be the key mark of any feature film or also known as a motion picture, is the shaping and development a envisioned perceptive-scenic – secular – opportunities, and regardless of whether they are already well-known and realized in life, only imaginable but unconfirmed in real life, or in turn, according to current knowledge, completely impossible, unrealizable, although conceivable. American director┬áNeil Hollander describes the process of filmmaking as both art and an industry. Films are cultural artifacts that reflect and affect cultures. Continue reading “Neil Hollander: Motion Pictures or Feature Films”