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As a result, there are a number of activist projects and organizations working to challenge and raise awareness about this inequity. This essay examines the role a new genre of documentary plays in this larger activist endeavor. Beginning in the s, several documentaries emerged featuring women filmmakers of varying national, racial, and sexual identities who work in a range of film production practices.
Because most undergraduates are woefully ignorant about the films of female directors, let alone the avenues to and barriers against filmmaking that exist for women, these documentaries play a crucial activist role in raising awareness about the social and cultural forces shaping women directors and their films.
Moreover, by modeling a spectrum of "do- it-yourself" possibilities, these documentaries encourage female students to imagine their own potential as filmmakers.
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H45 Higgins, Lynn A. It suggests that the recent appetite for documentaries might arise from anxieties about access to reliable information about the real. In a context where more and more information is "classified," officially and unofficially commodified, or subjected to outright falsification, and where the technologies for image-manipulation are increasingly sophisticated, the filmmakers and other image-makers studied here use various rhetorical, generic, and narrative strategies to resist the replacement of reality by images.By Laura Miller.
George R. R. Martin’s story suggests a new sense of what an author owes his readers. The gathering was in the free-spirited mode of the times—in an autobiographical essay.
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Forty-nine of us, forty-eight men and one woman, lay on the green waiting for the spike to open. We were too tired to talk much. Woodrow Charles Thomas Hermann was born on May 16, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was named after President Woodrow Wilson.
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