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It's my understanding (though I haven't read it yet) that Garrett Stewart's
new book is all about still images in film.  It's called BETWEEN FILM AND
SCREEN (Chicago).  Should be plenty of examples ready to hand there.


At 10:09 AM 9/27/00 -0700, you wrote:
>A student is interested in examining the techniques of using still images
>in films. Some examples are CITY OF GOLD and THE CIVIL WAR, composed solely
>of still images, MAN WITH THE MOVIE CAMERA and BLOW-UP, in which still
>images play a major diegetic role. My student and I would appreciate
>suggestions of other examples.
>
>-Henry Breitrose
>Department of Communication
>Stanford University
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