From: Jonathan Kahana (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Aug 31 2006 - 09:14:52 PDT
What's the context or goal here? Are you looking for examples to use in a
course, or material for a presentation or piece of writing? I ask because
suggestions for the former application (and what kind of course, and at
what level?) wouldn't need to be examples no-one had ever thought of
before; whereas you wouldn't necessarily need to be the umpteenth person
to argue in print (after Jonathan Crary, Michel Chion, Rick Altman, Slavoj
Zizek, etc. etc.) something about the uses of sound in A NOUS LA LIBERTE
or MABUSE or REAR WINDOW or PLAYTIME or THE CONVERSATION, as valuable as
those examples are.
> Frameworkers, I'm looking for innovative uses of sound in films --
> experimental or mainstream narrative, but they must be on DVD. By "sound"
> I mean primarily non-musical ambient/diegetic or extradiegetic collage,
> etc. It can include speech. I have already thought of Godard and early
> Gene Youngblood
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