also- Bruce Baillie's "Quixote"

(and sorry i am not more organized with my scattered suggestions)

-m

On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 11:44 AM, matt's frameworks address <
li...@rodeofilmco.com> wrote:

> i am curious if Peter Hutton's "At Sea" would be considered a travelogue.
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> and most definitely Which Way is East by Lynne Sachs.
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>> I am trying to pull together a list of experimental films that either
>> fall directly under the category of "travelogue" or bear witness to travel
>> and distance from a point of origin on the part of the filmmaker. These
>> would not be so much ethnographic works which are part of a sustained
>> cultural exchange, but films made as a result of the filmmaker "passing
>> through" and acknowledging the looming spectre/problem/pleasure of "the
>> tourist film". Warren Sonbert, perhaps John Smith's "The Hotel Diaries"?
>> I'm sure there are others...but can you name them?
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>> Thanks/Grazie/Kiitos!
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>> ARL
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