The MeCCSA conference was great in many ways. One of them was that I did not feel alone in questioning the term 'Slow Cinema'. There is a reason why Harry Tuttle refers to it as 'Contemplative Cinema'. It is a much more open term, which does not reduce the films to the apparent slowness. However, in the . . .
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