From: Allison Holt (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Aug 06 2007 - 18:27:30 PDT
On 8/6/07, MARLON GONZALEZ <email suppressed> wrote:
> Is there any way you guys can continue talking about this off list? i
> that this proposed film and photo law is garbage but every 2 seconds
> everyone's inbox is full with back and fourth conversation. New York City
> will do what it wants and we will all do what we've always done when
> a law that's unfair- break it. So shoot and run- and that's it. case
> until the next stupid law.
> >From: flick harrison <email suppressed>
> >Reply-To: Experimental Film Discussion List <email suppressed>
> >To: email suppressed
> >Subject: Re: protest nyc's proposed film and photo law
> >Date: Mon, 6 Aug 2007 10:19:14 -0700
> >On 5-Aug-07, at 6:54 PM, Jim Carlile wrote:
> >>If they'd had permits and notification, there would not have been a
> >>problem for them. If those students wanted to shoot a public service
> >>announcement with TOY guns, there's nothing wrong with that. That's
> >>they did-- it was an assignment for a film production class
> >So now it's permits AND notification, but nevermind that.
> >Your examples of cases in which it might be reasonable to
> require permits
> >are in no way refutations of the many examples in which it is NOT
> >reasonable to require permits. The ones do not counter the others.
> >If you're waving guns on the street, obviously you should have permits
> >some system of calming the public down.
> >But a public performance involving guns BUT NOT involving cameras isn't
> >covered by the new rules.
> >So, any other examples?
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