Widescreen Advocate wants to be an invaluable information resource for those who want to be involved in a grassroots education effort to spread the word that widescreen/OAR is the only proper way to watch movies at home.
The heart of WA is our download section. This is where you'll find our own Why Widescreen? and member created resources. The Why Widescreen? campaign includes several different flyers and brochures, some very basic and others more technical. All will explain the advantages of widescreen. These resources can be easily printed out and distributed, so use them to pass on the truth about widescreen. Future offerings are being developed.
- You may also want to see our news section to keep track of the latest happenings on the widescreen vs. fullscreen front.
- Are you interested in how dual release titles compare in sales? Then check out our dvd sales & stats.
- Need some online resources to help explain the advantages of widescreen to your friends and family? Check out what is widesceen?
- Check out our brand new oar watchdog to see if any of your favorite films are on the dreaded full screen only list.
- Visit our studio & retailer watchdog to let big business know how you really feel about your favorite format.
- Want some proof that a few dedicated people really can make a difference? Check out the victories page.
We've got it all here for you, so download, print, and distribute. Remember, it's all about getting the word out, so use our resources and spread the word that WIDER IS BETTER!
If you are interested in contributing to the cause in any way please contact us.
"Episoide II: Atttack of the Clones" screen shots are protected by copyright and are owned by Lucasfilm Ltd. "The Fifth Element" screen shots are protected by copyright and are owned by Columbia Tristar. "The Mummy" screen shots are protected by copyright and are owned by Universal Studios. Widescreen Advocate is a not for profit endeavor and no copyright infringement is intended in any way.
Film is an art form. Would you crop a painting just so it would fit in a particular frame? No, of course not!