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July 18, 2008

Women & Film Hub Page

Women & Film Hub Page


The position of women in the world in terms of poverty and health is far worse than that of men. Even in advanced industrial societies gender inequalities are still powerful markers of society. This is why it is important to research aspects of this gender imbalance in terms of power, health and wealth and try to ensure that inequalities are gradually eradicated. film has a special responsibility to get it right becuase the industry is itself arguably partially responsible through its structures of representation of women for the maintainence of the status quo in terms of gender and power.

The representation of women in terms of who represents them and how they are represented, the position of women within the film industry and many other aspects of gender relations and the construction and maintenance of these relations in terms of power, status and cultural capital have formed an extremely important part of Film Studies and Cultural Studies as well as crossing over into media and communications studies geography, sociology art and architecture and related subject areas. In most countries where there is some sort of film industry the issue of national cultural policy and local industrial policy are also extremely important. If funding and support isn't made available to women to help them make the films they want to then representation of society and the concept of citizenship itself will be all the more fragile. It is very important that national governments and supranational institutions (such as the EU) have policies in place within cinema that ensure that gender citizenship standards in terms of cultural output and production are egalitarian.

For those researching or just generally interested in cinema and gender this will hopefully be a helpful page helping to organise some lines of thougth and providing some links to follow that through. This list of entires should gradually be lengthening over time.

Kinoeye Women & Film Links

Women and New German Cinema: The Institutional Marginalising of Women

New German Cinema Directors

Women and Film: Research Findings Essay

Women and British Cinema: Some avenues for research

British Women Film Actors

Non–British Women Actors in British Cinema

British Women Film directors

Jill Craigie (1911–1999)

Sally Potter Webliography

Women & Film: The Representation of Women in the World Today

Stars and Star Theory

Laura Mulvey and The Male Gaze

Moreau, Bardot, Karina, Deneuve: Women Stars of the French New Wave

Lilya 4–ever, 2002. Dir. Lucas Moodysson

Making a Genre Reading of Thelma & Louise

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