Pablo Villaça’s videos fall somewhere in between of
In a panel discussion at Ebertfest 2013, Villaça disclosed that he has not mastered editing software, and therefore sought out the most low-tech solution he could find
More common examples of video lectures take the form of slides with a disembodied voice-over; like Kevin B. Lee’s Elements of the Essay Film-video, used in the discussion of essay films in Chapter I.
Aside from excellent
The videos in this category are even more reminiscent of Bordwell’s method in writing, and bear a close resemblance to a speaker with a PowerPoint-presentation [Figure 26]. Whereas Bordwell’s textual work is exceptionally meticulous and well-documented, his videos lack proper references in the running video, failing to supply works cited list and credits in an accompanying text or in the video description. While this kind of omission might be
John Hess’ Filmmaker IQ
The Criterion Collection has commissioned numerous scholars and critics to provide lecture-like video essays as part of its prestigious DVD or Blu-ray releases; more and more these can be found on the Internet