Re: who's entitled?

From: Joost Rekveld (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jan 24 2008 - 23:43:47 PST

for me (a european) this hardly makes sense. One of the stronger
arguments for experimental filmmakers here in Holland to get funding
for their work is that their work circulates internationally, much
more than short fiction films for example. Experimental films often
have no dialogue, and the experimental film community is a much more
international network.

(not meant to take part in a discussion on a book i haven't seen)

On Jan 25, 2008, at 7:30 AM, Chuck Kleinhans wrote:

> 4. The more substantive point here is surely that experimental
> film in particular circulates mostly within its own national borders.


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