This all began for me in about 1969, when I started teaching a film class in the University of Chicago's Fine Arts program. I knew a Chicago film critic, teacher and booker named John West, who lived in a wondrous apartment filled with film prints, projectors, books, posters and stills. "You know how football coaches use a stop-action 16mm projector to study game films?" he asked me. "You can use that approach to study films. Just pause the film and think about what you see. You ought to try it with your film class."
Sunday, August 31, 2008
Awesome. I Want To Try This Someday...
How to read a movie - Roger Ebert's Journal
Posted by Paul Brian McCoy at 12:04 AM