fb.indiewire.com – James Wolcott's Vanity Fairarticle "Prime Time's Graduation" isn't the first to argue that television has now surpassed film as a medium, but it's one of the more prettily written. Wolcott opines that "cinema has lost its sanctuary allure and aesthetic edge over television" and that now "TV is where the action is, the addictions forged, the dream machine operating on all cylinders." This is a subject that's also been explored, championed or rebutted by Mark Harris inEntertainment Weeklyand GQ, A.
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