Re: Frameworks Decade and Beyond

From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jan 23 2007 - 16:19:52 PST

and pehaps there should be another list
that never want to face reality
or look at their own inadaquacies
or their reactions to things as having any meaning toward trueth
and whine and cry like baby boys shouldn't
(because it is not masculine)
instead of being the change they want to see
and taking responsibilty

some other list have been metioned here - do a search on framy archive
otherwise - eyecandy -


On 1/23/07, Adam Trowbridge <email suppressed> wrote:
> > On Jan 23, 2007, at 3:54 PM, James Kreul wrote:
> >
> [cut]
> >
> > But a few recent threads have made me question how useful
> Frameworks is
> > these days. It remains great for news, event and new release
> announcements
> > and the This Week in Avant-garde listings (again, thanks to
> everyone who
> > keeps the rest of us in the loop). But it seems like there are
> too many
> > reasons not to initiate threads or participate in existing
> threads. Too
> > often I find myself asking: "Why the hell is this in my
> Frameworks mailbox,
> > and why did I open it?"
> [cut]
> >
> As someone new to the list in the last year, I agree completely. The
> information updates are great while the discussion threads seem to be
> the same people sniping with the same bullets, every time. Perhaps
> there should be two listservs:
> Frameworks: Listings, News and Information
> and
> Frameworks: Strange Arguments That End in A Very Vicious e.e.
> cummings Lashing Out at Imaginary Patriarchy
> Also:
> My understanding from the description of this listserv is that video
> is not really on topic here (outside of that one uptight thread about
> the words "filmmaker" and "films"). I would like to find a list that
> is as open to discussions of experimental film as experimental video.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> -at
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