From: Brett Kashmere (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Sep 06 2007 - 11:13:31 PDT
"La Jetee" was probably the most screened film print
at the school where I did my undergraduate studies,
the University of Regina (think southern Canadian
prairies, or, just north of the Dakotas).
As such, the print was in horrible shape, but us kids
couldn't get enough of it. Seems like a common
--- Charles Woodard <email suppressed> wrote:
> I first saw it in a film studies class in college. I
> remember being struck
> by it and wanting to see it again. It was on youtube
> for a while, but now
> with the DVD I can watch it as much as I want. Bonus
> too since Sans Soleil
> is coupled with it.
> > I'm curious where people first encountered La
> Jetee. For some reason I saw
> > it over and over again on 16mm in Jr. High and
> High School classes during
> > the late 70's - in Antioch, CA, even, where it was
> definitely not being
> > shown out of any particular interest in the art of
> filmmaking. Students
> > called it "that movie made of slides" but most
> everyone was happy to see
> > it
> > again when they'd roll the bell and howell in for
> a showing. I must have
> > seen it 6 or 7 times by the time I graduated from
> high school.
> > Brook Hinton
> > film/video/audio art
> > www.brookhinton.com
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