Focus on the basics, focus on the big picture and focus on things that really matter: movies.
That’s the approach to focus that’s taken by the National Film Board (NFB), the government agency responsible for keeping movies in the public domain.
The focus is on storytelling, meaning that if you want to watch a film in a particular way, you should do that.
That might mean watching the trailer or the movie in question in its entirety or just browsing through the trailers and playing the movie for yourself.
But it’s also a great time to look at the entire movie, whether that’s watching a movie in its original version, a theatrical release or a DVD.
Focus on one thing, and then focus on that.
Here are the 10 best movies for your attention, according to the NFB.