From: Chuck Kleinhans (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Aug 24 2006 - 08:51:34 PDT
Will Hindle made films that a very wide audience could appreciate.
He had great technical control and he was a really nice guy in
speaking to audiences about his films.
For these reasons he fell outside the dominant ethos of late 60s-
early 70s experimental film culture and was pretty much ignored when
not held in high suspicion for being too legible, too easy to
understand, too much concerned with a readily readable beauty rather
than a tortured inner vision or psychodrama or private meaning or
theory or artworld pretensions.
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