Re: [Frameworks] FUTURE OF FILM (was Letter to other Filmmaker Artists)

From: Tim Halloran (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 20 2010 - 12:36:33 PDT

Related to several of the ongoing discussions:


One thing that has been distressing me lately is the dismissal and denigration of analog film practices as tedious, time-consuming, and, that most dreaded of all, "boring."
I really think that analog shooting, editing, and projection are true manifestations of a kind of "slow cinema" movement that should be explored and embraced rather than discarded.
I don't think there is anything that gets me more calm and centered than a long, quiet, and yes, slow editing session on a flatbed in a dim editing room. Its bliss man. ;]




...because this work is really slow and exhausting...



On 20.07.2010, at 22:52, Sam Wells wrote:

To go back to the idea of the "future"... who cares what "future" there is for film? Or for anything?
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