restricted access Culture: Intercom and Expanded Cinema: A Proposal and Manifesto (USA, 1966)
Abstract

Using the phrase “expanded cinema” four years before Gene Youngblood’s groundbreaking book Expanded Cinema (1970), Stan VanDerBeek’s manifesto proposes, among other things, a “movie-drome”: a screening process that will help transcend the gap between the developed and developing world in a time when it often seems that the planet is on the precipice of nuclear destruction.


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