Rewind This!.

Contributor(s): Publisher number: 7196271 | KanopyPublisher: Gunpowder & Sky, 2014Publisher: [San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2020Description: 1 online resource (streaming video file) (91 minutes): digital, .flv file, soundContent type:
  • two-dimensional moving image
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Online resources: Atom Egoyan, Cassandra Peterson, Frank Henenlotter, Jason Eisener, Lloyd Kaufman, Mamoru OshiiSummary: REWIND THIS! explores the enormous cultural and historical impact of the VHS tape. Featuring interviews with filmmakers including Atom Egoyan, Mamoru Oshii, and Jason Eisener, distributors, store owners and rabid tape collectors, the 2013 SXSW Festival hit film traces the many ways home video altered the cultural landscape. Offering a wealth of weird and wild titles, home video transformed the viewing habits and tastes of a generation of audiences. The doc's look at the home video revolution is enlightening, funny and totally entertaining. Nominated for Documentary Spotlight at **SXSW Film Festival.** *"REWIND THIS!" is both a history lesson and love letter to a format which should prove to be a must-see for all cinephiles that came of age during the VHS era." - Cory Everett, **indieWire***
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Atom Egoyan, Cassandra Peterson, Frank Henenlotter, Jason Eisener, Lloyd Kaufman, Mamoru Oshii

Originally produced by Gunpowder & Sky in 2014.

REWIND THIS! explores the enormous cultural and historical impact of the VHS tape. Featuring interviews with filmmakers including Atom Egoyan, Mamoru Oshii, and Jason Eisener, distributors, store owners and rabid tape collectors, the 2013 SXSW Festival hit film traces the many ways home video altered the cultural landscape. Offering a wealth of weird and wild titles, home video transformed the viewing habits and tastes of a generation of audiences. The doc's look at the home video revolution is enlightening, funny and totally entertaining. Nominated for Documentary Spotlight at **SXSW Film Festival.** *"REWIND THIS!" is both a history lesson and love letter to a format which should prove to be a must-see for all cinephiles that came of age during the VHS era." - Cory Everett, **indieWire***

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