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My film ‘Dear CCTV Camera’ asks the CCTV to look at itself

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A few years back, I wrote a poetry blog on DAO that asks awkward questions to a CCTV camera, that interrogates everything about the CCTV, its users, and the ideology behind it.

Here it is now in film form.

Enjoy! I promise I won’t be watching you.

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Richard Butchins
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so, not quite D A Pennebaker but a good idea nonetheless 🙂

Richard Downes
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Thank you

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