What is a Movie?


A movie is a visual art, and is used to tell stories. Usually, it is about two people falling in love or making a difficult decision.

Most movies are made using film and video cameras. The camera records the scene as it is taking place, and the sound is recorded at the same time. Movies are often shown on television, and sold on DVD disks.

A director oversees the whole project. They decide on filming methods and how the actors will look. He or she also works with the screenwriter, who puts together a story.

The director oversees the lighting and the special effects. These are techniques that can help filmmakers make a difficult event more realistic. Some of these may be seen in The Blair Witch Project, which took $200 million in ticket and DVD sales.

A director also works with the sound engineer. They put together a soundtrack, which is usually a soundtrack to accompany the images.

An independent film is a film made by a small company. It is usually less expensive than a big budget film. However, it usually is not as successful.

There are many other types of movies, from documentaries to adventure films. One of the most popular genres is family movies. Disney is well known for their family movies.

A movie is one of the most enjoyable ways to pass the time. There are hundreds of them made every year. Many are based on real life events, but others are fantasy.