Despite the pandemic, cinema has managed to make its way through streaming, however, the changes generated by the health crisis that forced the closure of cinemas play a transcendental role in the future of cinema.
And, according to specialists who participated in the panel, Is the future hybrid? Cinema at home and in the cinema» although the model that combines platforms with large screens already existed, it is a reality the use that digital platforms have been able to give.
That is why, according to Estrella Araiza, director of the International Film Festival in Guadalajara, the challenge will be «to get everyone out of that comfortable version of their life so they can enjoy outside». For his part, Abraham González Ruiz, Operational Director of Tulip Pictures, highlighted that one point to contemplate will be content. Erick Estrada, general director of Cine Garage, was in charge of moderating the panel that integrated the Forum for the Future of Mexican Cinema, of the Monterrey International Film Festival, which takes place from 13 to 20 August 2020 online.