In There’s No Place Like Home Video, James Moran offers a history of amateur home video, exploring its technological and ideological predecessors, the development of event videography, and home video’s symbiotic relationship with television and film. He also investigates the broader field of video, taking on the question of medium specificity: the attempt to define its unique identity, to capture what constitutes its pure practice.
Subjects: Film Studies
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