Re: The Return of Ignorance?

From: Jim Carlile (email suppressed)
Date: Mon May 12 2008 - 20:31:15 PDT

This is exactly what I'm talking about. It's perfect. You've proved my point
about the arrogance and muddleheadedness that surrounds so many topics like
My favorite claim was the contention that experimental film making has an
ideology that embraces openness in technique.
I'm still laughing about that one-- anyone with a knowledge of the history
of this art would know that rigid ideology and tight strictures has been a
hallmark of many film makers over the years. And there's nothing wrong with that.
In a message dated 5/12/2008 7:11:26 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
email suppressed writes:

If Mr. X could read his words with the crisp clarity of the
contemporary stocks he trumpets, perhaps a grain of insight might
enlighten his intellectual pallette of one's and zero's. Mama
obviously took his Kodachrome away, and he's still crying over
spilt celluloid.But were it not for his presumption, conceit, and
contradiction, the wealth of reasoned responses could not have
been shared.

Frameworkers, you've done yourselves proud. You've responded with
all the rainbow resplendance that I've cherished through dozens
upons dozens of rolls of Kodachrome.

Hail hail this golden thread and the decidedly non-magenta fabric
it has woven.


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