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When will I go to a movie?
For some, that answer will be answered by a phone call or a text message.
Others, that question will be asked by a video chat.
For others, that will be a question from a friend or a family member.
A group of students in the Philadelphia campus of Penn State University, for instance, will all gather at the end of the school day to discuss how to make the most of the moviegoing experience, which is available on many platforms.
They will learn from movie makers and other experts how to best plan the best possible movie experience for a wide array of audiences, from movie buffs to film students.
While they will discuss the best movie theaters, which offer great prices and an array of local movie theaters that are accessible to all, and other important questions about moviegoing, they will also learn how to organize the best times for movie viewing.
The students will spend about an hour a day in an online virtual reality training program that will help them create their own virtual movie experiences.
In an effort to avoid distractions, the virtual reality session will be split into groups of three to six students.
At the end, each group will select a location and plan their own movie viewing experience.
The students will each wear headsets that are connected to a smartphone and tablet, and they will share their own experiences with each other.
The group’s main goal is to create the best experiences possible.
They will learn how best to find the right movie, the best time to go to it and how to share their experiences.
The experience can be tailored to the student’s preferences, such as movie titles or genres, or they can create their experience based on specific events or locations.
There is also a chance for students to make their own recommendations based on their personal preferences.
The team at Penn State hopes to provide students with a unique opportunity to explore and learn more about film.
The project is being funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, the American Film Institute and the Center for American Jewish Studies.
They have received $2.2 million from the National Institutes of Health, and $1.3 million from philanthropic foundations.