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"Film and Photography have had perhaps the richest and strangest of relationships among the arts. Their connections run so deep at times that we can barely distinguish between them. Yet, there also seem to be so many strikingly obvious differences. What make matters even more complex is that across the twentieth century, film and photography have remained significant for each other not just technically but aesthetically and artistically. Each has borrowed from and lent to the other. Each has envied the qualities of the other. And at key moments each has relied upon the other for its self-definition."
-David Campany, "When to be Fast? When to be Slow? - The Cinematic", 2007
"The encounter between two disciplines doesn't take place when one begins to reflect on another, but when one discipline realizes that it has to resolve, for itself and by it own means, a problem similar to one confronted by the other.
-Gilles Deleuze, "Poétique du Cinéma", 1995
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