Feminism and Film Edited by E. Her books have been translated into seven languages, and she has lectured all over the world. Notes on Contributors Introduction Phase One: Pioneers and Classics: The Modernist Mode Introductory Notes Woman's Cinema as Counter-Cinema, Claire Johnston Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema, Laura Mulvey Woman as Sign, Elizabeth Cowie Klute 1: A Contemporary Film Noir and Feminist Criticism, Christine Gledhill Woman's Stake: Filming the Female Body, Mary Ann Doane Male Subjectivity and Celestial Satire: It's a Wonderful Life, Kaja Silverman Is the Gaze Male? Brand new book, sourced directly from publisher. The work is an important contribuition to film theory, and to cultural studies in general, surveying the distance that feminist film criticism has traveled since 1970 and posing questions about its future. About this Item: Methuen, New York, 1983. An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. The second half of the book concentrates on the cinema that women have produced in response to these images, summarizing the decade about realism in feminist film criticism, and examining the work of contemporary European, British, and American female filmmakers.
About this Item: Methuen Publishing Ltd, 1983. Reprint of the 1983 Editoin. Book is in Used-Good condition. They show how within the noir worldwomen's sexuality is consistently posed as a threat which the films can only with difficulty contain. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.
Ann Kaplan is Distinguished Professor of English and Cultural Analysis and Theory, and founding director of The Humanities Institute at Stony Brook, now nearing its 25th Anniversary. Cardstock wraps are clean and intact with light edge wear. Ownership inscription in ink on the fore edge of the text block. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. About this Item: British Film Institue, London, 1980. She received an Honorary Degree from Josai International University, Tokyo, Japan, awarded in 2010.
The work is an important contribuition to film theory, and to cultural studies in general, surveying the distance that feminist film criticism has traveled since 1970 and posing questions about its future. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Ann Kaplan has received the following awards. Ann Kaplan; 'Gilda' didn't do any of those things you've been losing sleep over the central women in 1940s Film Noir, Angela Martin. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Sticking to the backroads and byways, Gayton gently pokes and prods local ecosystems, histories, vineyards and people. From a woman's scholar library with markings and notations to text which may be helpful to the next reader.
Later editions had other changes. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. Kaplan details the Euro-American contexts within which feminist film theories and practices emerged and traces the changing influences of French, German, and American intellectual movements on feminist film research. Ann Kaplan Dorothy Arzner: Critical Strategies, Claire Johnston Phase Two: Critiques of Phase One Theories: New Methods Introductory Notes Lesbian Looks: Dorothy Arzner and Female Authorship, Judith Mayne The Difficulty of Difference, David N. The controversy over feminism and film has intensified over the last ten years, with various schools of thought emerging, from the sociological and political to the structuralist and psychological. This version has 132 pages. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.
May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Essays anticipating both books were published in 2010 and 2011, or are presently in press. Kaplan offers a synthesis of the opposing theories by focusing on social structures while simultaneously acknowledging the importance of an informed psychoanalytic stance. Ann Kaplan; 'Double Indemnity', Claire Johnston; 'Klute'. About this Item: Methuen Publishing Ltd, 1983.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Photo of book provided upon request. Multiple copies available this title. As well as a wide-ranging introduction which sets the selection of essays in context, readers will find examples of social-role, psychoanalytic, structuralist, post-structuralist, gay and lesbian, postmodern and postcolonial feminist film criticism, prefaced by introductory notes and including further readings. The focal point in recent feminist film criticism is the controlling power of the 'male gaze' as it works to relegate women to marginality, silence, or absence.
Book is in Used-Good condition. Click here for more information. Essays on how women are represented in film. Cover has creasing and some age-darkening. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Light shelf wear to pictorial wrappers. Very good with some scuffing to covers.
An ecologist by profession, Gayton deftly negotiates the tension between the Okanagan that is home to many endangered species and ecosystems, and the same Okanagan that is a mecca for developers and urban refugees. About this Item: British Film Institute, 1998. Sticker from previous seller on back cover. Her analyses of individual films are accessible and lively, ably demonbstrating in a concrete way the theoretical issues under debate. Originally published in 1978, this ed is a 1980 revision. About this Item: British Film Institute, London, 1989. Really cool profusely illustrated essays by feminist and post modernist brainy academics, with all sorts of thought-provoking subtexts on the great films, not just American.