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Women"s Cinema The Contested Screen (Short Cuts)

by Alison Butler

  • 365 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Wallflower Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Films, cinema,
  • Women"s studies,
  • Women Authors,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • Performing Arts/Dance,
  • Film & Video - History & Criticism,
  • Gender Studies,
  • Performing Arts / Film / General,
  • Film & Video - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8767803M
    ISBN 101903364272
    ISBN 109781903364277

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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 Cited by:   Women's Cinema book.

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[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.

However, Women’s Cinema: The Contested Screen offers a smart and challenging introduction to readers unfamiliar with the field. Teachers, and others with a background in women’s cinema, will appreciate Butler’s fresh insights and her articulate synthesis of the critical : Natalie Neill.

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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 Author: Alison Butler.

In Women's Cinema: The Contested Screen, Alison Butler develops the generative models "self-inscription" and "the politics of location" for thinking about women's cinema. These understandings of authorship—addressing nontheatrical, experimental, documentary, and collaborative work, or allied with national popular cinemas, genre-oriented or Brand: Duke University Press Books.

Sell Womens Cinema: The Contested Screen, by Butler - ISBN - Ship for free. - Bookbyte. 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. Women's cinema is a variety of topics bundled together to create the work of women in film.

This can include women filling behind the scene roles such as director, cinematographer, writer, and producer while also addressing the stories of women and character development through screenplays.

Women's cinema as counter-cinema [IN] Feminist film theory: a reader. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Chapter Author(s) Claire Johnston Page start 31 Page end 40 Is part of Book Title Feminist film theory: a reader Section: Further Reading: Next: Women's cinema: the contested screen Previous: Feminist auteurs: reading women's film.

world cinema’ she alludes to next were offered in Alison Butler’s book Women’s Cinema: the Contested Screen (), and by Patricia White, first in the Global Cartographies of Cine-Feminisms programme for a conference held in April at Ewha Woman’s University, Seoul, Author: Kate Ince.

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.

Women’s Cinema/World Cinema The concept of women’s cinema, with its ambiguities—for, by, or about women. which women. –has been debated within feminist film scholarship for three decades. From its origins in the s, “cine-feminism” brought together women’s filmmaking practice and its organizational and institutional supports.

Alison Butler. _Women's Cinema: The Contested Screen_ London: Wallflower Press, ISBN pp. Alison Butler's _Women's Cinema_, part of Wallflower Press's Short Cuts series of introductory film studies texts, shows considerable strength in explaining a wide range of difficult concepts that have concerned feminist film theory and practice over the last 25 years.

The author, a. Laura Mulvey, "Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema," Screen, (Autumn ), Teresa de Lauretis female spectator's identification with the on-screen image of woman, the response to her theoretical writings, like the reception of her films (co-directed with.

Independent cinema also covers a wide semantic field: pioneers in the silent era, the postwar avant-garde, the political cinema of the s, exploitation film after the break-up of the studio monopolies, documentary and other non-theatrical production, and finally “Indiewood” —a symbiotic formation with media conglomerates.

Wild, the story of Strayed’s own divorce, has just arrived on the big screen, but crying at the cinema is probably not your thing right now. Read this collection for a big fat catharsis, and the Author: Ellie Broughton.

Check out: Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema. Ashlee Blackwell. Ashlee Blackwell takes a genre approach to her criticism. She is the founder of Graveyard Shift Sisters, a blog on the representation of black women in horror cinema and the women that make them.

As a side project of GSS she co-hosts the podcast Girls Will Be Ghouls. Butler, Alison (), Women's Cinema: The Contested Screen. London: Wallflower Press. Racialized Hauntings of the Devalued Dead Strange Affinities: The Gender and Sexual Politics of Comparative Author: Colleen Jankovic.Pay and representation.

The Celluloid Ceiling Report conducted by the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego State University collected statistics from 2, individuals employed by the top domestic grossing films of According to the report, women accounted for: 18% of all directors, executive producers, producers, writers, cinematographers, and editors.The strong presence of women on screen and behind the camera led to a dynamic women's cinema.

A dissident art-house cinema—involving some of the best Pahlavi-era new-wave directors and a younger generation of innovative postrevolution directors—placed Iranian cinema on the map of world cinemas, bringing prestige to Iranians at home and abroad.