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Ethan de Seife <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 17 Jul 2009 09:43:17 -0400
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The Dogme film FUCKLAND <>, which I
have not seen, was shot, in part, using such methods: cameras hidden in
suitcases, eg. That could be a good lead, though I don't know offhand of any
critical work on it.

- ethan

On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 9:54 AM, Flanagan, Martin <[log in to unmask]
> wrote:

> Hi all, be great if anyone has any suggestions on the following.
> A colleague wonders if anybody knows of any critical work about secret
> or automatic filming, in which the camera either has no viewfinder, or
> no one looking through it?
> She supposes CCTV is an example of this, and there is certainly some
> stuff around that as an aesthetic in certain films (Haneke for example),
> but was thinking of Claude Lanzmann's secret films of Nazis in SHOAH;
> what does this do to the gaze, for instance?
> Any ideas very welcome!
> Cheers
> Martin
> Dr Martin Flanagan
> Programme Leader, BA (Hons) Film and Media Studies
> University of Bolton
> Deane Road
> Bolton
> BL3 5AB
> 01204 903241
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