On this page we hope to provide technical solutions to make watching Homeless Cinema easier and more enjoyable. If you have particular technical difficulties (or solutions) please let us know via the contact page but remember we are cineastes; not techs, so our help may be limited. All links and tips are given in good faith - no promises that they will suit YOU. So as in all Internet investigations "Browser beware!"
We recommend you watch Homeless Cinema on the biggest and best screen available to you?
Below we have included a list of links to help you to experience Homeless Cinema on the biggest screen available to you. Some will cost some won't depends on where you start.
Apple Airplay streams content from your computer to your screen here is an Apple ad
<<< Over here is a YouTube clip for 'Bring your Mac desktop to the big screen'
Geo Blocking: Or how does my computer know where I am?
(GEOgraphically-BLOCKED) is the practice of preventing users from viewing Web sites and downloading applications and media based on location. Used by countries to block foreign material as well as by movie and TV studios to restrict viewing to specific regions, geo-blocking is accomplished by excluding targeted Internet addresses.
An interesting article by Choice magazine on how it effects prices, availability and its legality: Navigating online geo-blocking.
It is legal to use a virtual private network (VPN) to protect your identity, location and online transactions from hackers, and there’s little definitive evidence as to whether other uses of a VPN breach copyright law.
To Be Advised.
Photo Above from 'Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers#57'
Photo to the left 'John Wayne Photo by Dennis Stock'