From: john porter (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jun 29 2006 - 12:31:11 PDT
--- Michael Betancourt <email suppressed>
> Perhaps it's philistine to ask, but what difference
> does it
> make--film/video, digital/analog--if the work isn't
> any good?
Nobody said the work we're discussing is or isn't any
> I'd rather hear what makes something good than what
> makes the difference
> between film and not-film. (But maybe that's just
Not me. Agreeing on what makes something "good" is a
lost cause. Agreeing on dictionary definitions of
tangible objects like film and video is a more
realistic goal. And it would serve ANY of our
discussions to know what we mean by the word "film",
and what word we use to refer exclusively to that
medium which is always viewed by passing light through
a strip of clear acetate.
John Porter, Toronto, Canada
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