1000 women in horror / by Alexandra Heller-Nichols
Orlando: BearManor Media, 2020.
Call No: 735.2-02 HEL Author: Heller-Nichols, Alexandra Edition: 2020 Place: Orlando Publisher: BearManor Media PubDate: 2020 PhysDes: 592 pages ; illus. ; 27cm Subject: HORROR FILMS; WOMEN AND THE CINEMA; WOMEN FILMMAKERS; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY Summary: Blowing a kiss back through time and space from Aaliyah to Jill Rae Zurborg, 1000 Women in Horror, 1895-2018 is a love letter to both the stars and the often-invisible women who have made the genre what it is today. From Classical Hollywood to alt-Nollywood, mumblegore to J-horror, this book offers a tiny global snapshot of the vast number of women who have worked in the creation of dark and spooky movies for well over a century, both behind and in front of the camera, and in films both widely known and comparatively obscure.
Featuring a selected filmography of over 700 feature films directed or co-directed by women, this book also features interviews with Rutanya Alda, Tara Anaïse, Tonjia Atomic, Anna Biller, Axelle Carolyn, Aislinn Clarke, BJ Colangelo, Mattie Do, Julia Ducournau, Jordan Hall, Catherine Hardwicke, Katherine Kean, Karen Lam, Izzy Lee, Barbara Magnolfi, Marsha Mason, Donna McRae, Patrushkha Mierzwa, Hannah Neurotica, Alexandra Paul, Isabel Peppard, Cassandra 'Elvira' Peterson, Debbie Rochon, Mia'Kate Russell, Gigi Saul Guerrero, Elizabeth Shepherd, Jen and Sylvia Soska, Brinke Stevens, Barbie Wilde and Silvana Zancolò. -- Book jacket ISBN: 9781629333878 More info
Beyond the silver screen : a history of women, filmmaking and film culture in Australia 1920-1990 / Mary Tomsic
Carlton, Victoria: Melbourne University Press, 2017.
Call No: 71-02(94) TOM Author: Tomsic, Mary Edition: 2017 Place: Carlton, Victoria Publisher: Melbourne University Press PubDate: 2017 PhysDes: vii, 254 pages : 22 cm Series: MUP Academic Subject: WOMEN FILMMAKERS. AUSTRALIA; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY. AUSTRALIA; GRAIL FILM GROUP, THE; SYDNEY FILMMAKERS CO-OPERATIVE; INDONESIA CALLING (AT, Joris Ivens, 1948); MY BRILLIANT CAREER (AT, Gillian Armstrong, 1979); FRAN (AT, Glenda Hambly, 1985) Summary: Beyond the Silver Screen tells the history of women's engagement with filmmaking and film culture in twentieth-century Australia. In doing so, it explores an array of often hidden ways women in Australia have creatively worked with film. Beyond the Silver Screen examines film in a broad sense, considering feature filmmaking alongside government documentaries and political films. It also focuses on women's work regulating films and supporting film culture through organising film societies and workshops to encourage female filmmakers. As such, it tells a new narrative of Australian film history.
Beyond the Silver Screen reveals the variety of roles film has in Australian society. It presents film as a medium of creative and political expression, which women have engaged with in diverse ways throughout the twentieth century. Gender roles and gendered ideologies operating within society at large have influenced women's opportunities to work with film and how their filmwork is… -- publisher's web site ISBN: 9780522871227 More info
A catalogue of independent women's films
Sydney: Sydney Women's Film Group, 1979.
Call No: REFERENCE SECTION; 027(94) SYD CAT Copy Management: Copy 1; Copy 2 CorpAuthor: Sydney Women's Film Group Source: AT Place: Sydney Publisher: Sydney Women's Film Group PubDate: 1979 PhysDes: 80p. : ill. ; 29cm Subject: WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY. AUSTRALIA; FEMINISM AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA Notes: Cinema films directed by women. Australia. Catalogues (ANB/PRECIS SIN 0239739); Cover title; Index; Bibliography: p.73-75 ISBN: 0959839925 : $1.50 Aust; 0959839925 LON: 1590040 1590040 More info
Do contemporary women filmmakers share a feminist perspective in their work? / submitted by Lisa French
Exploring the Barriers and Opportunities for Independent Women Filmmakers / research by Stacy L. Smith, Katherine Pieper, Marc Choueiti
University of Southern California, 2013.
Call No: 451-02 SMI Author: Pieper, Katherine; Choueiti, Marc; Smith, Stacy L. Source: US Publisher: University of Southern California PubDate: 2013 PhysDes: 43p. : ill. ; 30cm Subject: WOMEN FILM WORKERS; WOMEN FILMMAKERS; WOMEN AND THE CINEMA; WOMEN DIRECTORS; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY Summary: "The purpose of this research is to examine how females are faring in American independent film. Studies have been conducted in the past on women in the mainstream U.S film industry, but little research has yet been done in the U.S independent film arena. To this end, we developed a research strategy with a two-prong approach.
First, we quantitatively document the involvement of female content creators of U.S films at the Sundance Film Festival, assessing the gender of 11,197 directors, writers, producers, cinematographers, and editors across 820 films classified as U.S narratives (534 films) or documentaries (286 films) between 2002 and 2012.
The second prong documents the qualitative experiences of female filmmakers through interviews with emerging and seasoned content creators as well as key industry gate-keepers. Here, we surveyed 51 individuals to unpack the specific obstacles that face female directors and producers in the independent film arena. We also assessed participants' perceptions of opportunities that may increase women's involvement behind the camera" -- taken from the Executive Summary Notes: This research was commissioned by the Sundance Insitute and Women in Film Los Angeles thorugh their 'Women Filmmakers Initiative'. Contents: -- pages 3-4: case statement: Independent Women Filmmakers: setting the agenda for change -- page 5: allied organizations list -- page 7: 2012-2013 mentorship program participants -- pages 9-11: research study executive summary -- pages 13-33: research study: exploring the barriers and opportunities for independent women filmmakers -- page 34: acknowledgments -- pages 35-43: works cited and notes -- More info
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Gendering the nation : Canadian women's cinema / edited by Kay Armatage .. . [et al.]
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999.
Call No: 451-02(71) GEN Author: Armatage, Kay Place: Toronto Publisher: University of Toronto Press PubDate: 1999 PhysDes: xi, 329 p Subject: WOMEN IN FILMS. CANADA; CANADA; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY. CANADA; GENDER AND THE CINEMA. CANADA; FEMINISM AND THE CINEMA. CANADA; DOCUMENTARY FILMS. CANADA; AVANT-GARDE FILMS. CANADA; LANDSCAPES IN FILMS. CANADA; IMPERIALISM AND THE CINEMA. CANADA; NATIONAL IDENTITY AND THE CINEMA. CANADA; HOMOSEXUALITY AND THE CINEMA. CANADA; BODY IN FILMS. CANADA; ROZEMA, PATRICIA; POIRIER, ANNE CLAIRE; FAR SHORE, THE (CN, Joyce Wieland, 1975); LOYALTIES (CN, Anne Wheeler, 1986); MOUVEMENTS DU DESIR (CN/SZ, Lea Pool, 1994) Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN: 0802041205 (bound) : $70.00; 0802079644 (pbk.) : $21.95; 0802041205 (bound); 0802079644 (pbk.) LON: 14526441 More info
Give her some credits
The Australian (08/12/2015) p.14 More info
Lunch with Gillian Armstrong
Saturday Age [Spectrum] (02/01/2016) p.4 More info
The man who met Raymond Longford / Anthony Buckley
Australia: ScreenSound Australia, 2001.
Call No: 802.25 (94) BUC Author: Buckley, Anthony Edition: 1st ed. Source: Australia Place: Australia Publisher: ScreenSound Australia PubDate: 2001 PhysDes:  p. : ill., ports., facsims. Series: Inaugural Longford Lyall lecture 2001; ScreenSound Australia Monograph no.3 Subject: AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIA IN FILMS; AUSTRALIA. 1895-1930; AUSTRALIA. 1927-1932; AUSTRALIAN CINEMA PIONEERS, THE; AUSTRALIAN FILM STUDIOS; AUSTRALIAN SCREEN EDITORS; AUSTRALIANS IN FILMS; WOMEN AND THE CINEMA; WOMEN FILMMAKERS. AUSTRALIA; WOMEN IN FILMS. AUSTRALIA; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY; PRODUCERS. AUSTRALIA; DIRECTORS. AUSTRALIA; BUCKLEY, ANTHONY; LONGFORD, RAYMOND; LYELL, LOTTIE; SENTIMENTAL BLOKE, THE (AT, Raymond Longford, 1919); MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY, THE (AT, Raymond Longford, 1916); CHURCH AND THE WOMAN, THE ( AT, Raymond Longford, 1917); WOMAN SUFFERS, THE (AT, Raymond Longford, 1918); DINKUM BLOKE, THE (AT, Raymond Longford, 1923); ON OUR SELECTION (AT, Ken G. Hall, 1932) Summary: The ScreenSound Australia Annual Longford Lyell Lecture was established in 2001. It is named in honour of two significant pioneers of Australian cinema, Lottie Lyell and Raymond Longford, who were the foremost creative partnership in the pioneering years of Australian cinema. Anthony Buckley is regarded as one of the leaders of the Australian Film industry having worked as a documentary film maker, director and producer. In this lecture Buckley talks about the life and times of Longford and Lyell as well as his own extraordinary meeting with the legendary Longford at the age of fifteen. Notes: Includes filmography of Anthony Buckley's works. -- Includes bibliographic references. ISBN: 0642365180 More info
Notes on Women's cinema / edited by Claire Johnston
London: Society for Education in Film and Television, .
Shooting women : behind the camera, around the world / by Harriet Margolis, Alexis Krasilovsky, and Julia Stein
Bristol, U.K. ; Chicago, USA: Intellect, c2015.
Call No: 451-02 MAR Author: Margolis, Harriet; Krasilovsky, Alexis; Stein, Julia Source: UK/US Place: Bristol, U.K. ; Chicago, USA Publisher: Intellect PubDate: c2015 PhysDes: xxvii, 338 pages ; 23 cm Subject: WOMEN FILM WORKERS; WOMEN TV WORKERS; WOMEN FILMMAKERS; CINEMATOGRAPHY; PRODUCTION; CAMERAS; WOMEN AND THE CINEMA; DOCUMENTARIES; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY Summary: "Shooting Women takes readers around the world to explore the lives of camerawomen working in features, TV news, and documentaries. From first-world pioneers like African American camerawoman Jessie Maple Patton who got her job only after suing the union to China's first camerawomen who traveled with Mao, to rural India where poor women have learned camerawork as a means of empowerment, Shooting Women reveals a world of women working with courage and skill in the male-dominated film and televsion industries." -- BOOK BACK COVER BLURB Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index LON: 9781783205066 Contents: -- acknowledgments -- prefaces -- from Alex Krasilovsky -- from Harriet Margolis-- ch: 1 How do women become camerawomen? -- Learning on the Job -- Still Photography -- Film School -- Training Programs -- Two Examples of Feminist Groups: Women in Film and Behind the Lens -- Women-Supportive Workshops and Production Groups -- Filming in the Service of Social Activism: Video SEWA and Aina -- Collectives -- Rental Houses -- ch: 2 How hard can it be? -- Gender Discrimination -- Unions and Guilds -- When Cameras Were Heavy -- Helpful Men -- Ssh! (Secret Sexual Harassment) -- Sabotage -- Getting Paid Jobs -- Breaking Out of Isolation -- Rising through the Ranks -- Budgets and Glass Ceilings -- ch: 3 Documentary: A good and satisfying career choice that is statistically friendlier to women than feature fiction filmmaking -- Filming History Being Made in China -- Documentary: Historical and Personal -- ch: 4 Hollywood, Bollywood, independents, and short forms -- Hollywood -- Indian Cinema -- The Freedom of Independent Films -- Music Videos -- Commercials and Such -- Experimental/Avant-Garde Films and Videos -- Art Films and Videos -- Shooting Special Material: Birth -- ch: 5 Special skills and creativity -- Handheld Camerawork -- Cranes -- Underwater -- Helicopters -- Special Effects -- Lighting as a Cinematographer's Dream Job -- Digital Technology -- Style -- ch: 6 Shooting around the world -- Erika Addis on Beginning her Career -- Arlene Burns on Filming in the Kuril Islands -- Young-Joo Byun on Filming Comfort Women in Korea -- Nancy Durham on Filming the Balkan War -- Jolanta Dylewska on Filming in Kazakhstan -- Sabeena Gadihoke on Filming Three Women and a Camera -- Rozette Ghadery on Filming in Kurdistan -- Sue Gibson on Filming in Jordan -- Joan Giummo on Filming Homeless Women in New York -- Agnes Godard Pays Homage to Beauty -- Marina Goldovskaya on Filming History Being Made in Russia -- Ellen Kuras on Pivotal Moments in Shooting -- Heather MacKenzie on Filming Romanian Orphans -- Sandi Sissel on Filming Salaam Bombay! -- Agnes Varda on Filming the Human Body -- Liz Ziegler on Filming Eyes Wide Shut (1999) for Stanley Kubrick -- ch: 7 Can camerawomen also be women? -- Parents -- Fathers -- Mothers -- Friends and Extended Family -- Husbands -- A Happy Marriage -- Pregnancy -- Children and Childcare -- Daughters -- ch: 8 What's it really like? -- A Typical Day -- Where Do Camerawomen Go? -- What Do Camerawomen Wear? -- Working with the Crew -- Working with Directors and Producers -- Acting Like Men to Fit In -- The Advantages of Being Female -- ch: 9 Magic moments, worst moments -- Satisfactions -- Worst Moments, Dangers, and Risking One's Life -- ch: 10 What do camerawomen see? -- Representation and Gender -- Ethics -- Camerawomen Teaching -- "Just Do It" -- Aspirations for the Future -- List of camerawomen whose interviews are included in this book -- bibliography -- index -- More info
Shot/countershot : film tradition and women's cinema / Lucy Fischer
Basingstoke: Macmillan Education, 1989.
Call No: 451-02 FIS Author: Fischer, Lucy Place: Basingstoke Publisher: Macmillan Education PubDate: 1989 PhysDes: xii, 348 p. : ill. ; 22 cm Subject: FEMINISM AND THE CINEMA; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY; ROMANTIC FILMS; MUSICALS; HOMOSEXUALITY IN FILMS; MYTH AND THE CINEMA; DOUBLES IN FILMS; TWINS IN FILMS; ROSE, KATHY; GORRIS, MARLEEN; FLICKORNA (SW, Mai Zetterling, 1968); TAKE OFF (US, Gunvor Nelson, 1973); MITTEN INS HERZ (GW, Doris Dorrie, 1983); RECITAL (?, Stephanie Beroes, 1978); DANCE, GIRL, DANCE (US, Dorothy Arzner, 1940); COBRA WOMAN (US, Robert Siodmak, 1943); ANNEES 80, LES (FR/BE/SZ, Chantal Akerman, 1983); STOLEN LIFE, A (UK, Paul Czinner, 1939); DARK MIRROR, THE (US, Robert Siodmak, 1946); BAD SISTER, THE (UK, Laura Mulvey & Peter Wollen, 1983); LADY FROM SHANGHAI, THE (US, Orson Welles, 1948); RIDDLES OF THE SPHINX (UK, Laura Mulvey & Peter Wollen, 1977); DAMES (US, Ray Enright, 1934); STILTE ROND CHRISTINE M., DE (NE, Marleen Gorris, 1982); PERSONA (SW, Ingmar Bergman, 1966); LETTER FROM AN UNKNOWN WOMAN (US, Max Ophuls, 1948); SCHWESTERN, ODER DIE BALANCE DES GLUCKS (GW, Margarethe von Trotta, 1979); RICH AND FAMOUS (US, George Cukor, 1981); GIRL FRIENDS (US, Claudia Weill, 1978); SOTTO...SOTTO...STRAPAZZATO DA ANOMALA PASSIONE (IT, Lina Wertmuller, 1984); LIANNA (US, John Sayles, 1983); VIOLETTE NOZIERE (FR/CN, Claude Chabrol, 1978); MAN WHO ENVIED WOMEN, THE (US, Yvonne Rainer, 1985) Notes: Cinema films. Women directors (BNB/PRECIS); Cinema films. - Feminist viewpoints (BNB/PRECIS); Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN: 0333480600 (cased) : ¦30.00; 0333480619 (pbk.) : ¦8.95 LON: bnb33348060; 6147621 More info
Sofia Coppola : the politics of visual pleasure / Anna Backman Rogers
Oxford: Berghahn Books, .
Call No: 81COP BAC Author: Backman Rogers, Anna Source: US Place: New York; Oxford Publisher: Berghahn Books PubDate:  PhysDes: 177 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm Subject: WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY; WOMEN AND THE CINEMA; WOMEN DIRECTORS; WOMEN IN FILMS; FEMINISM AND THE CINEMA; CRITICISM; USA; COPPOLA, SOFIA; VIRGIN SUICIDES, THE (US, Sofia Coppola, 2000); BEGUILED, THE (US, Sofia Coppola, 2017); LOST IN TRANSLATION (US, Sofia Coppola, 2003); SOMEWHERE (US/UK/IT/JA, Sofia Coppola, 2010); MARIE ANTOINETTE (US, Sofia Coppola, 2006); BLING RING, THE (US/UK/G/FR, Sofia Coppola, 2013) Summary: "All too often, the movies of Sofia Coppola have been dismissed as "all style, no substance." But such an easy caricature, as this engaging and accessible survey of Coppola's oeuvre demonstrates, fundamentally misconstrues what are rich, ambiguous, meaningful films. Drawing on insights from feminist philosophy and psychology, the author here takes an original approach to Coppola, exploring vital themes from the subversion of patriarchy in The Virgin Suicides to the "female gothic" in The Beguiled. As Rogers shows, far from endorsing a facile and depoliticized postfeminism, Coppola's films instead deploy beguilement, mood, and pleasure in the service of a robustly feminist philosophy." - taken from back cover. ISBN: 9781785339752 Contents: Introduction : the surface of the image is political -- Part I. Imaging absence as abjection and imaging the female gothic as rage. Chapter 1. The Virgin Suicides (1999) -- Chapter 2. The Beguiled (2017) -- Part II. Empty subjectivities and masculinity as void. Chapter 3. Lost in Translation (2003) -- Chapter 4. Somewhere (2010) -- Part III. The female body as patriarchal currency and the commodification of female identity. Chapter 5. Marie Antoinette (2006) -- Chapter 6. The Bling Ring (2013) -- Conclusion : On Beguilement. More info
Some significant women in Australian film : a celebration and a cautionary tale : Longford Lyell lecture 2002 / Jan Chapman
Australia: Screen sound Australia, 2002.
Call No: 721.02 (94) CHA Author: Chapman, Jan Edition: 1st ed. Source: Australia Place: Australia Publisher: Screen sound Australia PubDate: 2002 PhysDes: 1 v ; 20.5 cm, b&w ill. Series: Longford Lyell lecture 2002, ScreenSound Australia Monograph no.3 Subject: WOMEN AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; WOMEN FILM WORKERS. AUSTRALIA; WOMEN FILMMAKERS. AUSTRALIA; WOMEN IN FILMS; WOMEN ON TV. AUSTRALIA; WOMEN, FILMS FOR; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY; FEMINISM AND THE CINEMA; FEMINISM AND TV; CHAPMAN, JAN; ARMSTRONG, GILLIAN; CAMPION, JANE; LYELL, LOTTIE; BARRETT, SHIRLEY; MILLIKEN, SUE; Lovell, Patricia; ROBB, JILL; SCOTT, JANE; LONG, JOAN; FINK, MARGARET; DAVIS, JUDY; LEVY, SANDRA; GRIFFITHS, RACHEL; BLANCHETT, CATE; KIDMAN, NICOLE; COLLETTE, TONI; SENTIMENTAL BLOKE, THE (AT, Raymond Longford, 1919); WOMAN SUFFERS, THE (AT, Raymond Longford, 1918); ON OUR SELECTION (AT, Raymond Longford, 1920); SHOWTIME (AT, Jan Chapman, 1978); SWEET AND SOUR [TV] (AT, 1984); SINGER AND THE DANCER, THE (AT, Gillian Amrstrong, 1977); SMOKES AND LOLLIES (AT, Gillian Armstrong, 1976); BINGO BRIDESMAIDS AND BRACES (AT, Gillian Armstrong, 1988); MORE SMOKES, LESS LOLLIES (AT, Gillian Armstrong, 1981); MY BRILLIANT CAREER (AT, Gillian Armstrong, 1979); ANGEL AT MY TABLE, AN (NZ, Jane Campion, 1990); PORTRAIT OF A LADY, THE (UK/US, Jane Campion, 1996); WELL, THE (AT, Samantha Lang, 1997); LAST DAYS OF CHEZ NOUS, THE (AT, Gillian Armstrong, 1992); TWO FRIENDS [TV] (AT, Jane Campion, 1986); LITTLE WOMEN (US, Gillian Armstrong, 1994); OSCAR AND LUCINDA (AT, Gillian Armstrong, 1997); CHARLOTTE GRAY (G/UK/AT, Gillian Armstrong, 2001); PIANO, THE (AT, Jane Campion, 1993); GIRL'S OWN STORY, A (AT, Jane Campion, 1983) Summary: The ScreenSound Australia Annual Longford Lyell Lecture was established in 2001. It is named in honour of two significant pioneers of Australian cinema, Lottie Lyell and Raymond Longford, who were the foremost creative partnership in the pioneering years of Australian cinema. Jan Chapman is one of Australia’s most famous producers having been involved in the production of ‘Come in Spinner’, ‘Sweet and Sour’, ‘the Piano’ and ‘Lantana’ to name but a few. Chapman talks about the development of her career in relation to other Australian women involved in filmmaking such as Gillian Armstrong and New Zealand born Jane Campion ISBN: 0642365172 More info
Women filmmakers of the African and Asian diaspora : decolonizing the gaze, locating subjectivity / Gwendolyn Audrey Foster
Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, 1997.
Call No: 802.253 FOS Author: Foster, Gwendolyn Audrey Place: Carbondale, Ill. Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press PubDate: 1997 PhysDes: x, 177 p. : ill. ; 24 cm Subject: WOMEN FILMMAKERS. AFRICAN COUNTRIES; WOMEN FILMMAKERS. ASIAN COUNTRIES; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY. AFRICAN COUNTRIES; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY. ASIAN COUNTRIES; DAVIS, ZEINABU IRENE; DASH, JULIE; PARMAR, PRATIBHA; TRINH, T. MINH-HA; NAIR, MIRA; ONWURAH, NGOZI Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-168) and index ISBN: 080932119X (cloth : alk. paper); 0809321203 (pbk. : alk. paper) Order Received: 1997 LON: 96027635; 12664249 More info
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Women's Cinema, World Cinema : projecting contemporary feminisms / by Patricia White
Durham; London: Duke University Press, c2015.
Call No: 626:396 WHI Author: White, Patricia Source: UK Place: Durham; London Publisher: Duke University Press PubDate: c2015 PhysDes: ix, 270 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm Subject: WOMEN DIRECTORS; WOMEN FILM WORKERS; WOMEN FILMMAKERS; WOMEN IN FILMS; WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY; FEMINISM AND THE CINEMA; WOMEN AND THE CINEMA Summary: "In Women's Cienma, World Cinema the author explores the dynamic intersection of feminism and film in the twenty-first century by highlighting the work of a new generation of women directors from around the world: Samira and Hana Makhmalbaf, Nadine Labaki, Zero Chou, Jasmila Zbanic, and Claudia Llosa, among others. The emergence of a globalized network of film festivals has enabled these young directors to make and circulate films that are changing the aesthetics and politics of art house cinema and challenging feminist genealogies. Extending formal analysis to the production and reception contexts of a variety of feature films, White explores how women filmmakers are both implicated in and critique gendered concepts of authorship, taste, genre, national identity, and human rights. Women's Cinema, World Cinema revitalizes feminist film studies as it argues for an alternative vision of global media culture." -- BACK COVER BOOK BLURB Notes: Formerly CIP; Also issued online; Includes filmography; Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-246) and index ISBN: 9780822358053 Contents: -- acknowledgments -- introduction -- To each her own cinema : world cinema and the woman cineaste : Jane Campion's Cannes connections; Lucrecia Martel's vertiginous authorship; Samira Makhmalbaf's sororal cinema -- Framing feminisms : women's cinema as art cinema : Deepa Mehta's elemental feminism; Iranian diasporan women directors and cultural capital -- Feminist film in the age of the chick flick : global flows of women's cinema : engendering new Korean cinema in Jeong Jae-eun's Take care of my cat; Nadine Labaki's celebrity -- Network narratives : Asian women directors two-timing the system in Nia Dinata's Love for share -- Zero Chou and the spaces of Chinese lesbian film -- Is the whole world watching? Fictions of women's human rights : Sabiha Sumar's Democratic cinema; Jasmila Zbanic´'s Grbavica and Balkan cinema's incommensurable gazes; Claudia Llosa's Trans/national address -- afterword -- notes -- bibliography -- filmography -- index -- More info
Women's experimental cinema : critical frameworks / Robin Blaetz, editor
Durham: Duke University Press, 2007.
Available at OAPEN (open access) Call No: 771-02 WOM Author: Blaetz, Robin Source: US Place: Durham Publisher: Duke University Press PubDate: 2007 PhysDes: viii, 421 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm Subject: WOMEN, FILMS MADE BY; WOMEN, FILMS FOR; EXPERIMENTAL FILMS; CRITICISM; BLAETZ, ROBIN; RAGONA, MELISSA; ARTHUR, PAUL; MENKEN, MARIE; WIELAND, JOYCE; HOLMLUND, CHRIS; NELSON, GUNVOR; CARROLL, NOEL; SERRA, M.M; RAMEY, KATHRYN; SCHNEEMANN, CAROLEE; OSTERWEIL, ARA; RUBIN, BARBARA; HALLER, ROBERT; GREENFIELD, AMY; KLEINHANS, CHUCK; HAMMER, BARBARA; PRAMAGGIORE, MARIA; STRAND, CHICK; KELLER, MARJORIE; DOANE, MARY ANN; THORNTON, LESLIE; TURIM, MAUREEN; CHILD, ABIGAIL; WEES, WILLIAM C; CUTLER, JANET; FRIEDRICH, SU; MCHUGH, KATHLEEN; MACDONALD, SCOTT Notes: Formerly CIP; Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN: 9780822340447 Contents: Swing and sway / Melissa Ragona -- Different/same/both/neither / Paul Arthur -- Excavating visual fields, layering auditory frames / Chris Holmlund -- Moving and moving / Noel Carroll -- Eye/body / M. M. Serra and Kathryn Ramey -- 'Absently enchanted' / Ara Osterweil -- Amy Greenfield / Robert A. Haller -- Barbara Hammer / Chuck Kleinhans -- Chick Strand's experimental ethnography / Maria Pramaggiore -- Amnesis time / Robin Blaetz -- In the ruins of the image / Mary Ann Doane -- Sounds, intervals, and startling images in the films of Abigail Child / Maureen Turim -- Peggy's playhouse / William C. Wees -- Su Friedrich / Janet Cutler -- The experimental 'dunyementary' / Kathleen McHugh -- Women's experimental cinema / Scott MacDonald. URL status: URL: 'https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/25768'
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