This article explores the compelling 1971 film, (nostalgia), made by U.S. photographer and avant-garde film maker Hollis Frampton (1936-1984). The author argues for the film’s viability as a rich and instructive mode of cultural critique that interrogates the dynamics of nostalgia, identity, and meaning. In burning a series of thirteen still photographs to… (More)
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