From: Sam Wells (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jun 28 2006 - 12:08:51 PDT
> Perhaps it's philistine to ask, but what difference does it make--
> film/video, digital/analog--if the work isn't any good?
Makes a difference to makers, preservers... there's usually a
presumption of value to those who are serious (and the negative
presumptions are often, I think, disingenuous & fraught with unstated
subtext - as in Kafka's letters to Max Brod etc etc)
> I'd rather hear what makes something good than what makes the
> difference between film and not-film. (But maybe that's just me?)
But if WHAT makes it good is what emerges from the _materials_ and
how that happens then I think you can't dismiss these issues out of
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