Missing Observer Studies, no. 4

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In this month's issue of Missing Observer Studies, Huner Francis is very excited to present a previously unpublished version of "Death of Place" by Dirk de Bruyn.

Link: https://huner-francis.info/MOS-4-Dirk-de-Bruyn

This "annotated" version (2018) is accompanied by an opening note from de Bruyn, a thoughtful response from his son, and an introduction + interview by Micah Weber/MOS.

Dirk de Bruyn has been making fiercely independent films for over 35 years. He is a frequent contributor to Senses of Cinema and teaches at Deakin University in Melbourne.
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Missing Observer Studies is a time focused online cinema/journal/diary dedicated to the elongation, suspension, and untimeliness of time.
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