Always wondered what kind of machine is that S.E. is using in this photo....




2015-09-05 20:21 GMT-04:00 Jeff Kreines <j...@kinetta.com>:

> Of course a lot of us used Steenbecks to edit films…  and still do.
>
> They were quite expensive so would not be commonly used by researchers not
> attached to institutions (or with large grants).
>
> > On Sep 5, 2015, at 6:09 PM, Watter, Seth <seth_wat...@brown.edu> wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I'm wondering if people know of any texts that deal with the history of
> the flatbed editor--more in its capacity as a viewing/analysis machine than
> as an actual editing setup. I've found a few old articles on the Moviola in
> journals like American Cinematographer, but they're strictly trade press
> stuff, often just to advertise new product. I'm interested in how these
> devices like Moviola and Steenbeck helped foster new forms of film analysis
> (especially in the social sciences), and when they became
> affordable/available beyond big studio production. Any suggestions would be
> immensely helpful.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Seth Watter
> > PhD candidate, Modern Culture & Media
> > Brown University
> > Co-Director, Magic Lantern Cinema
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