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Paul Proulx’s montages are on the surface simply mashups of film clips, but the way in which he’s constructed these odes to late 20th-century film show an attention to detail beyond the amateur. At what point does expressing your love of movies become its own act […]

NTV StationPaul Proulx’s montages are on the surface simply mashups of film clips, but the way in which he’s constructed these odes to late 20th-century film show an attention to detail beyond the amateur. At what point does expressing your love of movies become its own act of creativity? Read what Steve Bryant thinks, and chime in with your thoughts!

Elsewhere online, there are bears getting their freak on in the woods, and self-playing robot bands. Another exciting day of oddities brought to you by the Station!

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