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Films made for Netflix look more like TV shows — here's the technical reason why

By Ari Mattes, Lecturer in Communications and Media, University of Notre Dame Australia
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Netflix requires its narrative feature films be shot on approved cameras. This can lead to a flat, depthless look, in contrast to the graininess of celluloid.

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