Scorsese: cinema becoming 'marginalised and devalued'
Wednesday, 16 September 2020
Legendary film director Martin Scorsese has warned that cinema is coming to be seen as "comfort food" as he said the medium will "always be much more than a diversion". The American filmmaker was speaking during the Toronto Film Festival, which this year is taking place with a combination of physical and virtual events due to the coronavirus crisis. The pandemic...
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