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On Mon, 3 May 1993 13:59:06 EDT Blaine Allan said:
>Jesse's note reminded me that before Passion, there was Numero Deux, by
>Godard, his first feature-length film, I believe, to explore the use of
>video extensively.
>
Yes, a "film" in the loose sense of the word, Blaine.  If memory serves
me correctly, it was shot entirely on video and then transferred to
film for arthouse distribution.
 
Also, I believe LE GAI SAVOIR (1968) may have some video shots.   It was
filmed largely in a TV studio.
 
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