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The End of Celluloid: Film Futures in the Digital Age Paperback – 30 Apr 2004
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About the Author
Matt Hanson is an authority on digital film and contemporary trends in moving image, named as an international film visionary by Screen International magazine. In 1996, he created the UK digital film festival onedotzero: 'Probably the most influential film festival of the early 21st century' (The Guardian newspaper, UK). He currently runs V.I.A., based in Brighton, UK, which creates pioneering moving image projects. He has produced numerous digital films, tv series and hybrid VJ/live film performances.
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I highly recommend this book along with Hanson's more recently published book "Sci-fi Cityscapes". Matt Hanson is an eloquent writer with razor sharp power of observation. I find his book very satisfying to read because of both his practical informative and philosophical style of writing, not to mention the wealth of illustrations that fill his books.
It didn't happen in audio analogue recording so I don't know why they think it's going to? Weird
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