From: Pip Chodorov (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jun 28 2006 - 01:36:38 PDT
I'm sorry but I don't agree at all.
A video of a Brakhage film is not a video.
It is a video reproduction to be sure, but the work is a film.
Show someone a video of Mothlight and they will recognize the work,
"Mothlight" as a Brakhage "film," simply.
I would have thought this was intuitive.
What may be less intuitive, for younger generations especially, is
the reverse. A projected image is probably for many people a "film"
whether the beam is from a video projector or a film projector, and
whether the source material was electronic or silver-halide based.
>Easy. When ANYTHING is put on film, that version on
>film is a "film" (e.g. - a film of a video).
>Just as when anything is put on video, that version on
>video is a "video" (e.g. - a video of a film).
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