From: Jeff Kreines (email suppressed)
Date: Thu May 24 2007 - 14:20:56 PDT
On May 22, 2007, at 1:38 PM, david tetzlaff wrote:
> and Joel Demott's Demon Lover Diary...
A film that influenced many of the other filmmakers mentioned
I'm glad to see no one has mentioned one particularly awful book on
this subject, and I won't mention it's title because I'd hate for
anyone to waste any money on it.
There were many folks making non-fiction diary films at MIT in the
70s, including Ed Pincus, Ricky Leacock, Joel DeMott, Mark Rance,
Ross McElwee, Michel Negroponte, Amy Jones, Rachel Strickland, and
myself. These were a pretty distinct sub-genre, as they were all
sync sound films, many shot using one-person sync rigs.
Jeff "disclosure: I am in DEMON LOVER DIARY, but it's not my film"
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