Downtown Film and TV Culture 1975-2001 brings together essays by film-makers, exhibitors, cultural critics, and scholars from multiple generations of the New York Downtown scene to illuminate individual films and film-makers and explore the creation of a Downtown Canon, the impact of AIDS on younger film-makers, community access to cable television broadcasts, and the impact of the historic Downtown scene on contemporary experimental culture. The book includes J. Hobermanas essay aNo Wavelength: The Parapunk Underground, a as well as historical essays by Tony Conrad and Lynne Tillman, interviews with film-makers Bette Gordon and Beth B, and essays by Ivan Kral and Nick Zedd.... particularly the introductory essay to Incriminating Evidence, a#39;Built for Abusea#39;, which indicts her parents, especially her father, for a bankrupt household of drinking, and verbal and emotional abuse. The charge goes much farther in the essay, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Downtown Film and TV Culture|
|Publisher||:||Intellect Books - 2015-06-01|