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Feminist Film Theory: A Reader pdf

Feminist Film Theory: A Reader pdf

Feminist Film Theory: A Reader. Sue Thornham

Feminist Film Theory: A Reader


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Feminist Film Theory: A Reader Sue Thornham
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press




Yeah, sorry to burst your bubble, but I have read a lot of feminist film theory about horror films in general (Carol Clover and Barbara Creed in specific) and I mostly find their theories to be quite outdated. In Stacey, J (1994) Stargazing. Mulvey is also Sutapa Biswas is an artist, and Reader at Chelsea College of Art and Design, CCW, UAL. Stacey, J (1994) 'Feminine Fascinations: A question of identification?'. Which is a fair dissection and may well be true — but it doesn't apply to modern feminist theory, nor does it take into account the canon of the past decade (her book was written in '93). New German Critique, 13, Winter 1978, pp. Reading: Citron, M (1978) 'Women and Film: A Discussion of Feminist Aesthetics'. Influenced by the theories of Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan, Mulvey's writings examined the intersection of film theory, psychoanalysis, and feminism. Lately I have been reading up on feminist film theory and thinking about how I can apply it to my research on video games. I look forward to reading more of your work, Sonia! The Event will be recorded for broadcast purposes, by ONFM Radio 101.4. Please bear with me as I try to make sense of what I am attempting to articulate. Each chapter will provide in-depth examples of how feminist theory is represented in popular culture as well as contain key words and theories throughout the chapter so that the reader will see which theoretical perspective the author is working from and what key terms will The sexual references, dismissal of rape scenes in film as opportunities for women to “show their boobs”, and sexualization of Quvenzhané Wallis via comments by MacFarlane and The Onion. File Type : .PDF Category :Ebook Excerpt :Feminist Film Theory: A Reader edited by Sue Thornham. This seminal work later appeared in a collection of her essays entitled Visual and Other Pleasures. This article was not intended to be a thesis that delves into the world of misogynistic representations of from the perspective of a female, seeing is how these slasher flicks both revolve around and subject women. Http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0435625/ it's the only film character that allows men to truly identify with a female. I'm not saying anyone really remembers the film but I recall reading about it as a feminist horror film at the time.

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