Nothing suffers more on home video than avant-garde film, by its nature inclined to explore the outer limits, innate qualities, and subtlest effects of its medium. Yet nothing is more exciting, from the perspective of the living-room cinematheque (a/k/a the future of cinephilia) than the recent boon in experimental DVDs. Sure, they suffer on the small screen—and Flaubert is better in the original French—but that doesn't... More >>>