In 1990, Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert interviewed three youngish filmmakers for a Future of Movies special. It’s on the internet, and it’s awesome.
Back in 1990, three guys named Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, and Martin Scorsese sat down to talk about “The Future of Movies” (on Siskel and Ebert’s show, no less). Let’s just say they knew computers would play a role. George Lucas even pointed to “America’s Funniest Videos” as showing what the future would bring.
Via Tribeca Film