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Little Things Mean a Lot

The big screen is at its best when its focus is small

Image credit: Blues Brothers

Whether it’s a 1000-seat Auditorium ‘A’ at a mega-multiplex, your TV at home, or the smartphone in your pocket, the movie screen is big enough to hold the entire world. Haven’t we seen just that, the whole world on a screen, that beautiful blue orb called Earth, photographed from satellites in orbit?

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Screenwriter, bestselling author, and 40 years leadership @ UCLA’s prestigious screenwriting program. Get 40 lessons from 40 years: richardwalter.com/newsletter

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