From: Yoel Meranda (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Oct 30 2007 - 11:25:22 PDT
Thanks for all the responses. I hope more people join the discussion.
For me, this goes to the very heart of our experience of cinema. I
think one of the main reason why Robert Breer and Larry Jordan are so
valuable to me is the fact that they both make me aware of the moments
between images, while watching the films...
On 10/30/07, Jeff Kreines <email suppressed> wrote:
> On Oct 30, 2007, at 12:19 PM, Steve Polta wrote:
> > Some have suggested that the black spaces allow for
> > micro-daydreams, and that this is important to the
> > cinematic experience.
> Of course, there are no black spaces in digital projection, unless
> the filmmaker adds them (using a higher framerate and adding black
> frames between each frame, akin to how sequential-image 3D is
> projected these days). I wonder how the lack of a black space
> changes the viewing experience?
> Sounds like an experiment for James Bond to conduct in Chicago.
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