Nothing suffers more on home video than avant-garde film, by its nature inclined to explore the outer limits, innate qualities, and subtlest effects of its medium. Yet nothing is more exciting, from the perspective of the living-room cinematheque (a.k.a. the future of cinephilia), than the recent boon in experimental DVDs. Sure, they suffer on the small screen—and Flaubert is better in the original French, but that doesn't... More >>>
By Fantoma Films
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