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December 3, 2012

phil solomon on long form

Filed under: film,film as subversive art — ABRAXAS @ 5:28 am

In long form, not everything can be equally interesting. There have to be so-called boring parts, in some ways. Or shots that are more noise than signal. Or redundancies in the short run, but add cumulative weight in the long run. And that really pays off in the end.

read the full interview here: http://www.worldpicturejournal.com/WP_7/SolomonInterview.html

One Response to “phil solomon on long form”

  1. ABRAXAS Says:

    the long and the short of it