Butcher, Joanne
September 1988
Art Papers;Sep/Oct88, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p20
An interview with Don Chauncey, film librarian at Miami-Dade Public Library, and Bruce Posner, a filmmaker and presenter, is presented. Chauncey explained why he chose to become a film librarian instead of working in commercial films, why he decided to remain in Miami, Florida and his interest in avant garde films. Posner discussed how they started Film Forums and how they developed into Miami Waves. He also discussed the challenges of working with the hierarchy of the Miami-Dade Community College and in bringing independent filmmaking to Miami.


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