This is a four part DVD series that focuses on how video artists create and push the boundaries for their art form. It looks to showcase to viewers what a video artist's creative process is, the freedom they have to explore a variety of subjects even if they aren't socially acceptable, and how they sometimes have to work around issues with their filmmaking and brainstorm different techniques to make a scene work. The works of William Kentridge, Matthew Barney, Gary Hill, and Shirin Neshat are a few video artists featured in this video. The thing they have in common is their work forces out a reaction from audiences, which makes for a memorable creation. Simply put this is a wonderful reference for film students. Each of the parts are forty-five to fifty-four minutes long.
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