"The Hollywood director, Ridley Scott, warned yesterday that new technology is killing off the big-screen experience. The Oscar-winning County Durham-born movie mogul said mobile phones and computers threatened movie-making on an epic scale.To stories like this I say the same thing I have said to every "we're losing the old way!" story in the last 15 years: let it go.
He insisted that the best way to experience great film was still in a cinema with a big screen and state-of-the art acoustics."
Let it go. The 35-million-dollar-budget model of filmmaking needs a good thorough killing. More precisely, it needs something better to compete for the same resources. That's the only way art forms have ever developed.