From: owen (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jan 24 2007 - 14:19:39 PST
On Jan 24, 2007, at 4:24 PM, 40 Frames wrote:
>> So no discussions of recent work by Ernie Gehr, Gunvor Nelson,
>> to say nothing of a host of newer and very exciting digital avant-
> I can't recall anyone stopping anyone from discussing these makers
> work. Nor the work of other filmmakers now working in digital.
>> At this late stage, if video is not treated as just another
>> cinematic tool
>> on this list, then this list is about a format (or rather group of
>> not about an approach to making cinema. That will chase away many who
>> actually have something to contribute to discussions on, say, 16mm
>> preservation or hand-processing techniques. While such areas are
>> and will of course remain a crucial part of Frameworks regardless, a
>> limited discussion of avant-garde cinema that excludes video is by
>> definition, in 2007, a discussion that censors half of its subject,
>> destroying its relevance and worthiness.
>> Brook Hinton
> Video is not under any threat here, and I think you know that as
> much as
> anyone who frequents this forum.
> I was simply quoting the original intent of the forum. If I have video
> questions I choose to take those questions elsewhere, or I contact
> off-list. If this is somehow infringing on one personal liberities
> they can do as many have already, post about video despite the
> intents of this listserv. The forum is as stated: "unmoderated". So
> do as
> you please.
> 40 FRAMES
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