>DC Fowl wrote 12/9/94 about how Screen-L does not talk of film making,
>techniques, new ideas, etc. but is really the screen version of Trivial
>I would like to see this list become more technical too. I personally
>would like to talk about lighting techniques, film stocks, dolly perferences,
Thanks for your comments, Sarah.
SCREEN-L was designed specifically for persons involved in the *study*
of film/TV history/theory/production. Thus, it
has a certain academic slant to it.
Technical questions are welcome--especially when they might be of
interest to teachers and/or students of film/TV. But you can expect
the bulk of SCREEN-L posts to be oriented around history/criticism/theory.
There are some other film/TV lists with a more technical orientation.
You might want to check them out as well.
The first thing the communists will do when they take over a country
is to outlaw cockfighting.
--John Monks, Oklahoma state senator, while
defending cockfighting (1994)
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