6 edition of Women"s Experimental Cinema found in the catalog.
by Duke University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Chuck Kleinhans (Contributor), Janet Cutler (Contributor), Kathryn Ramey (Contributor), M.M. Serra (Contributor), Melissa Ragona (Contributor), Noel Carroll (Contributor), Robert Haller (Contributor), Scott MacDonald (Contributor), Williams Wees (Contributor), Robin Blaetz (Editor), Robin Blaetz (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||421|
A masterpiece of experimental horror cinema in its own but too often overlooked figure in the history of women’s horror filmmaking. Pascal Françaix’s book Les meres Author: Alexandra Heller-Nicholas. Cinema of attractions: From the first films screened in through the nickelodeon boom of the s, film was a sensational fairground attraction out to shock, fascinate and scandalise its audience. Soviet montage: From into the s, Russian filmmakers experimented with radical ways to put films together, instigating avant-garde and documentary film.
Of the two films, only Pitt’s is taken up in feminist film scholarship, most notably in Judith Mayne’s book The Woman at the Keyhole: Feminism and . Héctor Carrillo talks with students after his book talk in Joan Scott speaking at the Center in Cinema & Media Studies. Dominique Blüher The Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality S. University Ave., Chicago, IL
She began making films in and earned a degree in cinema studies at New York University in She was working on a book on experimental female filmmakers at the time of her death in MARTHA COLBURN Martha Colburn was born in and grew up in the country between Gettysburg and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. This pioneering and influential work of feminist theory has been extensively updated by the author to chart the changes in feminist film theory and practice between the eighties and the nineties. Readers, whether engaged in the making of films, the study of them, or simply the pleasure of viewing them, will appreciate the way in which the author discusses and demystifies the current methods of.
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Praise “Women’s Experimental Cinema is a valuable and much needed contribution to a neglected area of scholarship in experimental film-making.” — M. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television “[T]he collection presents very good essays on important figures ranging from the canonical Marie Menken to the exhilarating Chick Strand and the protean Leslie.
Women’s Experimental Cinema. provides lively introductions to the work of fifteen avant-garde women filmmakers, some of whom worked as early as the s Womens Experimental Cinema book many of whom are still working today. In each essay in this collection, a leading film scholar considers a single filmmaker, supplying biographical information, analyzing various influences on her work, examining the development of her 5/5(1).
Women’s Experimental Cinema provides lively introductions to the work of fifteen avant-garde women filmmakers, some of whom worked as early as the s and many of whom are still working today.
In each essay in this collection, a leading film scholar considers a single filmmaker, Author: Robin Blaetz. Experimental Film is a sprawling novel of weird, cosmic horror, but it kicks off as an intriguing historical mystery.
Lois Cairns is a journalist and former film professor who believes she's stumbled on a discovery that will change history: Iris Whitcomb, a wealthy spiritualist who disappeared under mysterious circumstances in the late 19th /5.
Women's Experimental Cinema provides lively introductions to the work of fifteen avant-garde women filmmakers, some of whom worked as early as the s and many of whom are still working today.
In each essay in this collection, a leading film scholar considers a single filmmaker, supplying biographical information, analyzing various influences /5(13).
The book concludes with a valuable filmography of key films available." -- Experimental Cinema: News and Resources on Experimental Films. "This book covers a lot of familiar territory I've read in other film books, but Dixon and Foster have pulled out articles that give these topics a unique spin.5/5(1).
Edited by Prosper Hillairet, this new English translation brings together the principal texts, interviews, and speeches by the pioneering filmmaker and feminist Germaine Dulac ( ), a major figure in the history of experimental film.
Links are provided to many of the key films mentioned by Dulac. Writings on Cinema is available. for. Women and Experimental Filmmaking. Bringing women's movies from outside the mainstream into focus. Acting as a corrective to the skewed avant-garde history that neglects women, Women and Experimental Filmmaking gathers essays by some of the top scholars in cinema studies dealing with women experimental filmmakers.
Tracking the topic across racial, economic, geographic, and even temporal. Making Images Move reveals a new history of cinema by uncovering its connections to other media and art this richly illustrated volume, Gregory Zinman explores how moving-image artists who worked in experimental film pushed the medium toward abstraction through a number of unconventional filmmaking practices, including painting and scratching directly on the film strip; deteriorating.
Experimental and avant-garde cinema The experimental and avant-garde cinema is the genre considered to be closer to women filmmakers and one that also advances women themes. Annette Kuhn, for instance, noted such special affinity by citing that low investments of money and 'professionalism' have meant that it is more open than the mainstream.
Women's Cinema provides an introduction to critical debates around women's filmmaking and relates those debates to a variety of cinematic practices. Taking her cue from the groundbreaking theories of Claire Johnston, Alison Butler argues that women's cinema is a minor cinema that exists inside other cinemas, inflecting and contesting the codes and systems of the major cinematic traditions from.
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Acting as a corrective to the skewed avant-garde history that neglects women, Women and Experimental Filmmaking gathers essays by some of the top scholars in cinema studies dealing with women experimental filmmakers. Tracking the topic across racial, economic, geographic, and even temporal boundaries, Jean Petrolle and Virginia Wexman's selections reflect the deep/5.
March is Women’s History Month, the perfect time to dust off your copy of The Feminine Mystique—or hit play any one of these amazing films made for, by, or Author: Deanna Janes. Women's Experimental Writing considers six contemporary authors who use experimental methods and negative modes of critique in their fiction and feminism.
The authors covered are Valerie Solanas, Kathy Acker, Theresa Cha, Chantel Chawaf, Jeanette Winterson, and Lynda writers all share a commitment to combining extreme content with formally radical techniques in order to enact.
In Women’s Cinema, World Cinema, Patricia White 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 emergence of a globalized network of film festivals has enabled Author: Patricia White.
Experimental films are very different from feature-length Hollywood fiction films. In Mothlight (), Stan Brakhage (–) completely avoids "normal" filmmaking (he doesn't even use a camera) by sprinkling seeds, grass, dead moths, and bee parts directly onto the film stock; the result is a three-minute rhythmic "dance" between nature and the projector mechanism.
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Friedman and Miriam Fuchs represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Brigham Young University. Get this from a library. Women's cinema: the contested screen. [Alison Butler] -- Taking its cue from the groundbreaking theories of Claire Johnston and the critical tradition she inspired, this book provides an introduction to critical debates around women's film-making.
This much-anticipated new edition builds upon the achievements of the first, taking stock of the many recent exciting developments in the field while retaining the historical coverage and depth of the original.
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MIT OpenCourseWare is a free & open publication of material from thousands of MIT courses, covering the entire MIT curriculum. No enrollment or registration.She began making films in and earned a degree in cinema studies at New York University in She was working on a book on experimental female filmmakers at the time of her death in MARTHA COLBURN.
Martha Colburn was born in and grew up in the country between Gettysburg and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.