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The Amateur Cinema League, and all the cine-clubs of the 1920s through the 60s, were big drivers of regular folks getting their movies seen. The advent of 16mm film, and later Super8, led to an explosion in the number of people who could shoot movies, not unlike what we've seen since 2000.
Scott Nixon's The Augustas is a film by a traveling salesman. It's also a record of a bunch of places called Augusta. It's also a strange piece of film that made me seriously scratch my head about what it all means... or not mean.
Klaus at Gunpoint
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