‘Pushing the envelope’ with ‘Pilot’ video for new digital-era film: ‘Digital has changed the world’

Digital-era filmmaker Matthew Sturgis (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) has penned a new film, Pilot, that explores the impact of digital technology on filmmaking and filmmaking in general.

In a new interview with EW, Sturgas explains that the film will tackle the subject of how digital filmmaking has altered the filmmaking process.

Sturgis explained, “There are so many different ways to do a movie now that are totally different than they were before, and the whole reason for doing that is because of the digital revolution.”

He explained that the filmmakers wanted to make a film that explored how digital technology has changed filmmaking in the past decade, and how it has changed filmmakers’ perception of how to approach filmmaking.

“The way I see it is, you’re just trying to do something with your camera, and you’re shooting on a laptop, and then you’ve got your camera on a digital video recorder and your computer’s not doing anything with it.

And it’s just a bunch of pixels on a screen, and it’s a really hard thing to do.

I think the digital world is the story of a revolution that changed the way that filmmakers approach filmmaking, but at the same time, it’s the story about the technology, and all of that is really interesting.””

I don’t know if it’s true, but I think that’s where the whole narrative of the film is going.

I think the digital world is the story of a revolution that changed the way that filmmakers approach filmmaking, but at the same time, it’s the story about the technology, and all of that is really interesting.”

Sturgas said that the new film will explore the impact digital technology will have on filmmaking, particularly how that has changed what’s been happening in the film industry, and what’s happening in filmmaking today.

“Digital has transformed filmmaking,” he said.

“It’s changed everything that I do in the way I approach filmmaking and in the ways that I think about filmmaking.

It was interesting to see what’s possible, and I think it’s going to be really interesting to watch it unfold in the next 10 years, so I hope people are really interested in that.””

Now that we’ve got everything digitally available, there’s all kinds of opportunities for filmmakers to experiment with different styles of filmmaking and explore different ways that they do their craft.

It was interesting to see what’s possible, and I think it’s going to be really interesting to watch it unfold in the next 10 years, so I hope people are really interested in that.”

Pilot will be released in theaters on February 18, 2019.

Watch the film below: