Audiovisual Dissonance in Found-Footage Film
Recycled cinema as material ecology: Raphael Montañez Ortiz's found-footage films and Computer-Laser-Videos
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1. In motion pictures, a measure of film taken in feet. There are 16 frames to every foot of 35-mm film and the film travels through the projector at a rate of 1.5 feet per second.
2. A generic term for an amount of uncut film, or video rushes: see also archive.
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