Hi Scott,

I¹m getting the book and am interested in a screening series related to it.
Let¹s discuss off list.

But on-list if others are interested in a related screening series, please
let me know.



Adam Hyman
Los Angeles Filmforum

On 6/12/13 8:34 AM, "Scott MacDonald" <smacd...@hamilton.edu> wrote:

> Dear Frameworkers,
> I'm hoping some of you might be interested in a new book of mine that has just
> been published by University of California Press.
> It is (excuse the pretentious title--it wasn't my choice, but these days
> university presses have control of titles) American Ethnographic Film and
> Personal Documentary: The Cambridge Turn.
> The book focuses on the work (and the artistry) of a number of documentary
> filmmakers who have emerged over the past half-century in Cambridge,
> Massachusetts (mostly from within what was the MIT Film Section and from
> Harvard's Film Study Center and Visual and Environmental Studies Department):
> among them, John Marshall, Robert Gardner, Timothy Asch, Ed Pincus, Miriam
> Weinstein, Alfred Guzzetti, Richard Rogers, Ross McElwee, Robb Moss, Nina
> Davenport, John Gianvito, Amie Siegel, Jeff Daniel Silva, Lucien
> Castaing-Taylor, JP Sniadecki, Stephanie Spray, and Verena Paravel.
> I make a point of elaborating on some of the many interconnections between
> what is usually called avant-garde film and those films I discuss in detail.
> Unfortunately, the book is over-priced (the Press tells me $39.00 is a normal
> price for a book of this size, but it seems extravagant to me)--I'm sorry
> about this.
> But hopefully, the book will be of use to some of you.
> Best Regards,
> Scott
> Scott MacDonald
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