From: Mark Toscano (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Feb 03 2006 - 12:26:09 PST
All it takes is someone with a print, a projector, and
a video camera. May look shitty, but they circulate.
There's a bootleg I've seen of the Maysles' 'Meet
Marlon Brando' that's precisely this... plus, aren't
all those Warhol VHS bootlegs with the photocopied
covers just shot off a screen?
I remember seeing a sale listing a couple of years ago
for a bootleg VHS of Brakhage's 'Lovemaking', which is
kind of alarming, seeing as how that film hasn't been
in distribution for (I think) decades, even.
--- john porter <email suppressed> wrote:
> I wonder how this bootleg got made.
> Filmmakers like Kubelka have to be careful to not
> make preview video copies.
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