From: kerrie welsh (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Oct 26 2009 - 11:12:31 PDT
I was hoping this comment would generate more discussion here, so I
thought I'd add that I love Scott MacDonald's Critical Cinema Series
for his inclusive attention to diversity & his open acknowledgment
that it is the result of WORK.
If people have other texts/models they think *are* working in this
area, particularly works that don't segregate by identity, I would
love to hear about them.
Thanks for bringing this up Julie.
On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 1:21 PM, julie murray <email suppressed> wrote:
> It does not seem to include anywhere near as many women filmmakers as.., you
> know, the other kind.
> At least it appears so from a quick look through the pendulously illustrated
> pages offered on the publishers website.
>>Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2009 10:45:29 -0700
>>From: Mark Toscano <email suppressed>
>>Subject: "Art Cinema" - Taschen book coming soon
>>Here in LA, Paul Young has been working pretty hard for the past few years
>> on a book that will finally be published by Taschen sometime this month
>> (according to their website):
>>(or http://tinyurl.com/yzukdgm if the above link breaks up in your email)
>>I understand the book will be, as Taschen books usually are, very heavily
>> illustrated, and accompanied by an essay that gives a necessarily succinct
>> but thorough history of the landscape of art in cinema, artists' film/video,
>> experimental film/video, avant-garde blah blah whatever we wanna call it.
>>Haven't read the text myself, but one reliable and eminent
>> historian/scholar on the subject who checked it for Paul told me he thought
>> it was really quite good.
>>Anyway, thought this would be of interest.
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