Besides the personal additions, however, Lee’s work largely mixes archive excerpts from film, television,
We see a montage of the pages of Ebert’s book, and shots of hands holding and opening the book. When a voice-over reads aloud from the book, the video cuts to footage from the referenced film, and super-imposes Ebert’s words on top. Like with most of Lee’s videos, the strategy is plain and simple [Figure 32].
The most notable academic attempt to personal documentary form is a video supplement to a written manifesto by Thommy Eriksson and Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Reflections on Academic Video (2012), appeared on Seminar.net.
The scholars behind Reflections are also responsible for erecting
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- Reflections on Academic Video [by Thommy Eriksson and Inge Ejbye Sørensen]
- Figure 33a
- Figure 33b
- Figure 33
- The Sight and Sound Film Poll: An International Tribute to Roger Ebert and His Favorite Films [by Kevin B. Lee]
- The Essay Film: Some Thoughts of Discontent [by Kevin B. Lee]
- Figure 32a
- Figure 32