Movie lovers will be able to buy a digital copy of “Cinemax Camera,” the film that came out this week, as part of a new initiative by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
The Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine is the nonprofit that oversees and promotes the Academy Awards and other film awards.
“The Cinema Camera will be a new tool for movie lovers and anyone interested in the history of the Academy,” said a press release on the Academy’s website.
“This is the first digital copy to be made available in any film, and it will be an invaluable resource for future generations of film lovers.
The Academy is pleased to have created a platform for people to learn more about this film and its history, and to promote the Academy and its vision for future-oriented film and technology.”
The release also includes a link to an online guidebook for the Cinema Camera, which features a discussion of the film’s key themes and its inspirations.
The film is set in an American post-Civil War era in which a wealthy man (Harrison Ford) is attempting to build a digital camera.
The camera allows him to capture a view of the future, but it’s unclear how much of the picture is actually captured.
The narrator, a former journalist, describes the film as a “cinematic revolution.”
In the film, Ford plays a camera-toting reporter named Bill (Samuel L. Jackson) who is trying to understand how technology is reshaping how he sees the world.
Bill’s goal is to help Americans understand what it means to live in a digitally connected world.
The filmmakers, who are also the creators of the documentary “Citizenfour,” have previously explored the history and culture of film.
Last year, they released the documentary The History of American Film: The Films of Roger Ebert, which explored the influence of Ebert’s work on filmmakers.
In the release, the Academy says that the film will be available for purchase through the academy’s website and on the digital platforms of the Motion Picture Association of America and the Academy.
The release notes that the digital version will also include a guidebook that will be distributed at the film festival.
The Cinema Cameras will be released in the United States in 2019, and they are scheduled to open nationwide in 2019.