Viewing Quotes by Douglas Henshall, Nancy Dubuc, Vijay Sethupathi, Drew Scott, Judy Parfitt, Joanne Froggatt and many others.
Ninety percent of the time when you see rape on the television it is gratuitous and there to either bolster viewing figures or as a lazy way of treating female cast.
What someone does when viewing content on a tablet is different than the lean-back mentality of watching on the big screen.
If a film is suitable for family viewing, it should remain so, and if a film has some adult content, it should remain so, and these genres should never be mixed and spoil the vision of the story teller.
That series, ‘Property Brothers at Home,’ broke HGTV viewing records.
I don’t know if a penny’s dropped somewhere, but you’ve had ‘Lark Rise to Candleford,’ you’ve had ‘Cranford,’ you’ve had ‘Last Tango in Halifax,’ you’ve had ‘Call the Midwife’… I think the largest portion of the viewing public are over 55, and they like to see people they can identify with.
My agent asked if I fancied Robin Hood and I thought: ‘Yeah, why not?’ I hadn’t watched it, to be honest, but I’d seen bits and knew it was really popular Saturday family viewing with heaps of action. I thought it would be great fun. I was up for a good old play-fighting and the scripts were terrifically exciting.
To view any individual as being independent of relationality is like viewing a point outside of a line, a line outside of a figure, a figure outside of a body.
TV is changing in terms of how we are consuming sports. Appointment viewing no longer exists, as between social media and the Internet, people already have the news and can get the highlights – so now people want the opinions.
I’m not sure I’m confident in the viewing public seeing every side of me and I’m not sure I’m confident enough that I’d allow myself to be that exposed.
The pandemic hastened the dominance of the web as the chief agent of entertainment. Big experience films will of course stay on as the friends and family outing mainstay. But viewing has already shifted to personal screens where the choice of time and content stays with the individual.
Hollywood is moving movie production into VR because it may be more immersive. We see a convergence of different forms of media. VR and AR provide next-generation viewing experiences for games, movies, and visualization.
People do have viewing patterns, and you disrupt those at your own peril. That’s something that everybody learned after 1988. The numbers have gone down every year since that strike. Big time.
If you look at my movies, they’re pretty densely packed, such that they not only hold up to a second viewing, they’re oftentimes better the second time you watch them. So I’ve always thought about crafting stories that could hold up to multiple viewings, and so VR obviously fits right into that.
We need to look to our laurels a bit with television in this country. I don’t think enough risks are being taken in drama television in the U.K., and I think a lot of programme makers are underestimating the intelligence of the viewing public, basing it all on ratings.
People in TV get too worried about making things accessible but I don’t think all of the viewing population want everything to be sanitised and dumbed down.
Its definition can be a bit murky, but to me, native advertising is a sales pitch that fits right into the flow of the information being shown. It doesn’t interrupt – native ads don’t pop up or dance across the screen – and its content is actually valuable to the person viewing it.
African-Americans are not a monolithic group. So, we tend to talk about the black community, the black culture, the African-American television viewing audience, but there are just as many facets of us as there are other cultures.
Every view, and every object I studied attentively, by viewing them again and again on every side, for I was anxious to make a lasting impression of it on my imagination.
It’s a very performative thing, grief. As with so much in modern life, I think there’s a whole performative layer to what we do because we feel like there’s a private TV show viewing our lives.
As far as songwriting, my inspirations came from love, life and death, and viewing other people’s situations.
The thing that struck me most after first viewing ‘The Sessions’ was the charm of Mark O’Brien and the intimacy that the director, Ben Lewin, manages to capture perfectly on screen. I did not feel forced or cajoled in any way into believing the story.
Every frame of a Coen brothers movie is filled with history and meaning, and the deeper you go, the deeper you get. That’s why their movies stand up particularly well to repeated viewing and investigation.
Thinking back on it, I just really didn’t have very many role models to look up to when it came to Asian actresses. And in that way, when I would see an Asian onscreen, it would be a secondary-type thing, and that’s kind of how I ended up viewing myself in the world: as secondary.
Anyone who’s ever read the lyrics of an already cherished song has most likely encountered that hollow sensation of something missing, the absence of certain emotional integers. It can be like viewing a loved one’s X-rays.
I had a really generic upbringing, I think, when it comes to viewing movies as a kid. I didn’t really know what was out there or what was being tried. I was, like, ‘E.T.’ and ‘Indiana Jones.’ Those were the only things I knew existed.
The home viewing experience is slightly different and there’s room for these kinds of extra excursions.
Comedy Central is what these young people are viewing. The network speaks to their audience, which is saying, ‘Give me fast jokes. Give me party stories and party language.’
Mythologicals and historicals have always found takers in India. The audience identifies with them and they make for good family viewing.
‘Marco Polo’ had some negative reactions in the press. Viewers have loved it, and the volume of viewing has been phenomenal.
I just saw the emotion in everything, so I got to feel everything that was going on and that I was viewing, but I couldn’t think in terms of structure, which is the whole point of deep focus.
What we are going to do is continue to grow our content spend on original programming, both in absolute numbers and as a percentage of our total spending, because it’s been working. It’s been helping grow the brand; and more importantly, it’s been driving viewing hours relative to how else we would spend the money.
When I was planning Family Viewing, the Ontario Film Development Corporation came into existence.
I joined Twitter in 2009 and tweeted along which was amazing. It completely elevated my viewing of ‘Big Brother’ because to be able to watch it in real time and all of us discussing what was going on.
Binge viewing has been around since DVD box sets.
Cable has come along; many all-news 24 hour cable outlets in the United States. They have cut deeply into the traditional networks’ viewing audience.
TV viewing is normally a passive, mindless occupation.
I’ll tell you – what I can tell you is that I know when I saw ‘Zodiac’ and then again when I saw ‘No Country For Old Men,’ there was a moment in each of my viewing experiences where I went, ‘Dammit, this is scarier than ‘Silence Of The Lambs.”
Sometimes, violent details have been eliminated from fairy tales simply because they were deemed too graphic. So one does not, at the end of Disney’s version of ‘Cinderella,’ see the stepsisters’ eyes get pecked and pecked by doves, because Disney wanted to market the story for wholesome family viewing.
I’ve got a general callout with the Caribbean world in which I’m interested in helping in any way to get their well-written good stories out to the rest of the world. I am really interested in helping those stories get to a completion and public viewing.
The tabloids had a field day with ‘Tipping The Velvet,’ which was great for the viewing figures but not necessarily for the actors involved.
The viewing figures for ‘Lost’ were huge. I don’t think the viewing figures for ‘The 100’ are up there with ‘Lost’; hopefully, they will be.
The underlying message of the Lancet article is that if you want to understand aggressive behaviour in children, look to the social and emotional environment in which they are growing up, and the values they bring to the viewing experience.
TV and appointment viewing is a thing of the past for the youth.
An Edwardian lady in full dress was a wonder to behold, and her preparations for viewing were awesome.
As for me, I was a lonely kid, with few close friends until I was an adult – even when I might have been perceived as being on the inside, I felt like I was on the outside, kind of like viewing the world through a sheet of glass.
Well, anytime I make a movie, I like to load it up with more things than you could ever catch on the first viewing.
After my grandmother finished watching ‘Lawrence Welk,’ my dad would race to the TV and put on the weekly hockey game. He loved watching Henri Richard, Gordie Howe and Terry Sawchuk. My dad’s seven brothers and sisters weren’t particularly thrilled with his viewing choices.
Recording shows for later viewing is what TV types call ‘time-shifting.’ It’s a beguiling idea.
Until I read Anne Frank’s diary, I had found books a literal escape from what could be the harsh reality around me. After I read the diary, I had a fresh way of viewing the both literature and the world. From then on, I found I was impatient with books that were not honest or that were trivial and frivolous.
We’re going to try to create some programs that are going to generate viewer interest and appointment viewing. We still will have news on Headline News.
They don’t have a lot of appointment viewing. What television depends on, one thing ‘Larry King Live’ was – whether you liked it, didn’t like it – it was appointment viewing.
Canada has changed. We are a bit less self-deprecating, less apologetic about viewing our own stories.
India is a reservoir of alternative interpretations of what the global is, and these ways of viewing the world need to be exposed.
I think authors can get into trouble viewing the subject matter as their turf.
My way of viewing the talking filibuster was as a way of doing unanimous consent with your feet. You object by going down and talking.
Because of social media, it’s bridged the gap between the advertisers and fashion and allowed people to find their group. It really widens what people are viewing and allows brands to see what the public wants to see.
I saw ‘Brokeback Mountain’ in a packed house in Chelsea, New York, when I was filming a Bollywood film there. Chelsea, being a predominately gay neighbourhood, had the most euphoric reaction. I saw couples holding hands and crying at the end. It was the most heartening viewing I have ever been to.
The more films and TV shows I spoil for myself, the more I am convinced that truly interesting stories can’t be ruined – the plot thickens with the viewing like a rich sauce.
Most citizens viewing the tape of Rodney G. King being beaten by police officers were stunned and uncomprehending. Most citizens, that is, but the urban poor.
All images generated by imaging technology are viewed in a walled-off location not visible to the public. The officer assisting the passenger never sees the image, and the officer viewing the image never interacts with the passenger. The imaging technology that we use cannot store, export, print or transmit images.
The viewing centre was a place you go to watch football in Nigeria but you have to pay to watch football at a viewing centre, so if you don’t have the means or the money to pay, you can’t watch.
Getting kids into the kitchen preparing the food they and their families will eat results in them viewing food in an entirely new way. If given the right ingredients, that act alone can raise the standards of the quality of the food both they and their family eat.
The thing about ‘CD:U.K.’ was, because the show started quite small with small viewing figures and it built and built, the bigger the figures got, the better and bigger the pop star you got.
’50/50′ is a comedy. I shouldn’t say it’s a buddy comedy because it’s not farcical, and it’s based on a true story, but it’s viewing that experience through a very truthful lens of humour.
A lot of TV has moved away from family viewing. But with ‘The Royal Bodyguard,’ we have tried to make a show when no one will be worried about sitting there with their kids or their grandma.
My integrity had been called into question; I was being called a liar, and I am not a liar. And I just think it is time that we stop viewing public figures as fair game.
I’m aware of other artists, but what I’m really most interested in is viewing individual pictures. I like dramatic pictures.
When we understand the connection between how we live and how long we live, it’s easier to make different choices. Instead of viewing the time we spend with friends and family as luxuries, we can see that these relationships are among the most powerful determinants of our well-being and survival.
You talked about national identity cards and the terrorism bill. We have made a government that has grown used to viewing us as subjects, has grown used to seeing its role as commanding us.
My working day usually lasts from 9 A.M. to 7 P.M., then two hours of viewing time for myself. It’s like a religion.
It’s so very important as to what a child watches on TV. I feel for every parent that knows this, and cares, because they only have control of the child’s viewing to a certain point.
Viewing the earth from above gives you this sense of how special the planet is that we live on.
Rosiness is not a worse windowpane than gloomy gray when viewing the world.
I’ve met secular humanists who grew up in evangelical households, for whom ‘Cosmos’ was their first exposure to a scientific way of viewing the world.
That’s a battle we are always fighting whenever we cut trailers or promos for films. We always wonder how much to say, and every filmmaker wants to say the minimum. You don’t want to reveal your film and ruin the viewing experience.
When they did the Olympics in Seoul – or elsewhere – didn’t each host country try to show its greatness to the world viewing audience?
My Duke of Edinburgh interview for his 90th in June 2011 was not one of my successes. I knew what to expect: there were some very uncomfortable moments and put-downs, but I think it made for entertaining viewing.
I don’t have all answers, but as far as viewing my body… I’m in a place where I can look at my stretch marks and say, ‘Oh, hey, stretch marks!’ and I’m over it.
Some distant day, anthropologists will consider as a landmark in humankind’s evolution – comparable to the capacity for destroying ourselves by nuclear obliteration – the adolescent gene’s newly emergent power to dictate nightly TV viewing.