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Issue 22

Welcome to Issue 22 of our journal!

There is nothing connected with the staging of a motion picture that a woman cannot do as easily as a man. - Alice Guy-Blaché, 1913

Max Ophuls: A New Art – But Who Notices?

Where cinema becomes music, entwining emotion and movement, Ophuls allows his female characters to hold centre stage

Some Significant Women in Australian Film – A Celebration and a Cautionary Tale

From Lottie Lyell to Jane Campion, Australia's pre-eminent producer Jan Chapman surveys the contribution of women to the history of Australian cinema

He and She: Weimar Screwballwerk: Viktor und Viktoria

Viktor und Viktoria (1933 Germany 100 mins) Source: ACMI/NLA Prod Co: UFA Prod: Erich Pommer (uncredited), Eduard Kubat, Alfred Zeisler Dr, Scr: Reinhold Schünzle Phot:

A Brief Overview of The Work of Leslie Thornton

Discussing certain Thornton films, Doane praises highly their richness and groundbreaking aesthetic

The Girls in the Back Room: Looking at the Lesbian Bar by Kelly Hankin

(Minneapolis/London: University of Minnesota Press, 2002) This book explores the representation of lesbian bars across various genres of film and in popular US television series.

Let’s Love Hong Kong

An introduction to the first film made in Hong Kong directed by a woman about women in love with each other

Agnès Varda

b. May 30, 1928, Ixelles, Belgium filmography bibliography articles in Senses web resources Discovering Agnès Varda My introduction to Agnès Varda is at the 2001

Celebrating Kate Howarde

Ina Bertrand profiles an important cinematic pioneer, the first woman to write, produce and co-direct an Australian feature film

The Typewriter, The Rifle, and the Movie Camera

The Typewriter, The Rifle, and the Movie Camera (1996 USA 55 mins) Source: ACMI/NLA Prod Co: BFI, Independent Film Channel Prod: Paula Jalfon, Colin MacCabe,

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