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Forbidden Images (from CineGraphic Studios, 2007) is a short documentary made for the 72 Hour Film Festival in Frederick, Maryland. All of the clips used in this film came from a reel of 35mm nitrate found in an old theatre somewhere in Pennsylvania. The projectionist clipped these scenes to meet local moral standards of the time. Amazing how sadly all images refer to women. The short 2007 documentary starts with the following paragraphs:

[…] In the past film makers and theatre owners were forced to remove the following so-called scandalous scenes or face arrest. Will our current forms of censorship and moral standards appear just as ridiculous to future audiences? Do NOT let others dictate how you should present yourself or your art…; Risk more than other’s think it’s safe […]

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[...] People should learn how to play Lego with their minds. Concepts are building bricks [...] V. Ramos, 2002.

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