From: Sam Wells (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jun 04 2010 - 11:17:29 PDT
> but the list does strike me as curiously heavy on the elders and vets.
Or mid-vets, Jen Reeves, David Gatten, quite a few here.
> On the other hand, maybe the 2000s really were a renaissance for people
> who've been at it for a long time
Gotta not get to carried away with calanders. "God of Day" is Brakhage's
"best" film, if I believed in "best"
which I don't. "Song and Solitude" is a summation of songs that movers into
a variation on mise-en-scene,
new for Dorsky.
Only Phil in digital is truly avant on this list.
(but the Videogame "Tension" / "The Void" would go on my list as would
"Avatar" not because it's deep but because it's Melies jumping off the
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