Bringing alive a remarkable moment in American cultural history, Scott MacDonald tells the colorful story of how a small, backyard organization in the San Francisco Bay Area emerged in the 1960s and evolved to become a major force in the development of independent cinema. Drawing from extensive conversations with men and women crucial to Canyon Cinema, from its newsletter Canyon Cinemanews, and from other key sources, MacDonald offers a lively chronicle of the life and times of this influential, idiosyncratic film exhibition and distribution collective. His book features many primary documents that are as engaging and relevant now as they were when originally published, including essays, poetry, experimental writing, and drawings.The Life and Times of an Independent Film Distributor Scott MacDonald ... and it did result in the production of several short films, but Callenbach seems to have understood that if Canyon were to ... The issue begins with a guide to film festivals, organized chronologically so as ato help film-makers decide how they can bestanbsp;...
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