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  • Treasures From American Film Archives IV

    THE GRADUAL RELEASE of the American experimental film canon on DVD raises sobering questions about the continuity and legacy of small-gauge film (16 mm and Super 8) as a historic and artistic medium. These questions are given particular force by an exceptional new collection, Treasures IV: American Avant-Garde Film 1947–1986, the fourth and latest installment of the Treasures from American Film Archives DVD box sets, which breaks from the series’ dominant interest in American silent cinema to focus instead on the remarkable generation of American experimental filmmakers who came of age during