Some short scenes in the life of Radical Software

Some short scenes in the life of Radical Software
TitleSome short scenes in the life of Radical Software
CountryUSA
Year1971
ColorSchwarzweiß
Duration00:13:33
Festival year2022
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Beryl Korot and Phyllis Gershuny, who met in the autumn of 1969, decided soon afterwards to produce a periodical for the video community that was emerging at the time. This idea led to a newspaper in quarter-fold format with the title Radical Software. Korot and Gershuny were the editors and Michael Shamberg was listed as publisher. Ira Schneider, as co-originator, recorded the formation process of the journal on video.