From: john porter (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Feb 03 2006 - 11:40:04 PST
I wonder how this bootleg got made.
Filmmakers like Kubelka have to be careful to not even
make preview video copies.
--- Fred Camper <email suppressed> wrote:
> Jorge Amaro wrote:
> > Does anybody know where to get a orirignal vhs or
> dvd of the films of
> > Peter Kubelka? I need them for teaching purposes,
> I am aware of
> > bootleg copies but of so poor quality... Since
> there is bootlegs I
> > hope someone knows about a vhs.
> Kubelka's position has always been that his films
> will not survive the
> transfer to video. Therefore he has never authorized
> a their release on
> video. This is consistent with his view of art in
> general; he does not
> like recordings of music meant to be heard live, for
> example. I hope you
> will not use illegal bootlegs that violate the
> artist's intent for
> "teaching purposes." His films can be rented in
> prints from a variety of
> Fred Camper
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> <email suppressed>.
John Porter, Toronto, Canada
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