From: john porter (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Jul 02 2006 - 17:23:02 PDT
--- Ken Bawcom <email suppressed> wrote:
> For purposes of discussion it is therefore more
> and easier, to use the word "movie" as the general
> and the word "film" when we really mean film, rather
> have to say something like 'a film shot on real
film, not video.'
Yes. Regardless of lay usage, for purposes of
discussion HERE, we need a term referring to works
shown by passing light through a strip of clear
acetate. Sadly, it may end up being "real film". For
decades now I've had to endure hearing people
(including "avant-garde" filmmakers) refer to super 8
films as "not real film"!
Mitsu seems to accept Google is all-knowing, the last
word for everyone. But obviously, on Frameworks we
need this debate. Mitsu is the one saying "It's a
fact. No discussion." (to paraphrase).
John Porter, Toronto, Canada
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