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Another Gaze - A Feminist Film Journal # 4

Another Gaze - A Feminist Film Journal # 4

Daniella Shreir (ed)

Another Gaze




24 x 17 x 1.5

242 pages

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Including essays about Madeline Anderson, Lorenza Mazzetti, Laure Prouvost, Ben Rivers & Anocha Suwichakornpong, Agnieszka Holland’s Spoor, Susan Sontag's filmmaking career, Storm De Hirsch, Zia Anger, Ashley Connor, Bruce LaBruce, Pina Bausch/Chantal Akerman, Magdalena Montezuma, Rebecca Horn, Anne Charlotte Robertson, Zhu Shengze, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Maya Da-Rin, Camila Freitas, Gong Li An in-depth Afro-Brazilian roundtable with Tatiana Carvalho Costa, Janaina Oliveira, Everlane Moraes and Kênia Freitas; sections on Kira Muratova and Anne Charlotte Robertson; essays on subtitles, diffractive cinemas, ecocriticism/the anthropocene, literary adaptations, intimacy coordinators, strike on film, representing the internet, Interviews with Betzy Bromberg, Zia Anger & Ashley Connor, Brett Story, Amandine Gay, Andrea Luka Zimmerman & Therese Henningsen Experimental criticism from Kathryn Scanlan, Jen Calleja and Elissa Suh --------------------------------------------- CONTENTS p9 The Last Good Male Film Critic – Missouri Williams p12 On Lorenza Mazzetti – Francesca Massarenti OTHERWISE p20 “No Legibility for Some, Illegibility for All”: Subtitles, Captions, and the Pursuit of a Comprehensive World – Sasha Kohan p25 Towards a di ractive cinema: The video works of Amanda Baggs – Julián Gatto p30 Otherwise Notes on Being Perennially In-Between – Therese Henningsen and Andrea Luka Zimmerman ANTHROPOCENE p36 Towards an Embodied Ecocriticism: On Laure Prouvost’s ‘Shed a Light’ (2018) – Adina Glickstein p39 A Sense of the Sublime: In Conversation with Brett Story – Amanda Barbour p42 Dreamscapes and Ethnospheres: Ben Rivers and Anocha Suwichakornpong’s KRABI, 2562 (2019) – Phoebe Campion AGNIESZKA HOLLAND’S SPOOR / OLGA TOKARCZUK p46 On Agnieszka Holland’s Spoor and the di culties of translating between worlds – Lauren Collee p51 How Do You Solve a Problem like Duszejko?: On Olga Tokarczuk’s Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead and Agnieszka Holland’s Spoor – Missouri Williams p58 Imagined Adaptations – Elissa Suh p63 Six Men, a Yacht, and an Erection: Troubled Masculinities in Athina Rachel Tsangari’s Chevalier – Ruby Mastrodimos p68 A Critic Between Sontag’s Cannibals – Bessie Rubinstein p74 Oubliette – Jen Calleja p78 My Own Lens and Skin: Betzy Bromberg on Personal Filmmaking – Kathryn Siegel p90 Peyote Queen: Trance, Ritual and the Female Body in the short lms of Storm De Hirsch – Sophia Satchell-Baeza ZIA ANGER AND ASHLEY CONNOR p96 The Creative Afterlife: Zia Anger’s My First Film – Rachel Stone p99 Zia Anger and Ashley Connor in conversation p106 Ashley Connor and the Cinematography of Teenage Female Identity – Nicole Davis p112 Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Deuce, & the Rise of Intimacy Coordinators – EC Flamming REBELLIONS p116 Cumming Back to Life – The Horrors of Heteronormativity in Bruce LaBruce’s Otto; or, Up with Dead People – Vivien Cahn p120 Sleepwalking Lessons: Repetition and Insistence in Chantal Akerman and Pina Bausch – Zara Joan Miller p126 For Magdalena Montezuma – Julia Sirmons p133 Desirous dreams: the feminist erotics of Rebecca Horn’s Berlin Exercises in Nine Parts (1974-5) – Evelyn Whorrall-Campbell ANNE CHARLOTTE ROBERTSON p141 Describing the world otherwise: Anne Charlotte Robertson’s Five Year Diary – Anjo-marí Gouws p144 A Durational Reading of Anne Charlotte Robertson’s Five Year Diary – Kathryn Scanlan FORMS OF DISCONTENT p156 Strike on Film: Madeline Anderson’s ‘I Am Somebody’ – Mimi Howard p166 Mr Zuckerberg, Tear Down My Wall: Karim Amer & Jehane Noujaim’s The Great Hack and Zhu Shengze’s Present.Perfect – Rebecca Liu p173 Sense-Making From The Ground Up: On The Films of Beatriz Santiago Muñoz – Gazelle Mba p180 Interview with Director Amandine Gay on her Film Speak Up (Ouvrir la voix) – Cassie da Costa BRAZILIAN CINEMAS p187 The Field of Vision: Maya Da-Rin and Camila Freitas – Laura Davis p191 In Conversation With Maya Da-Rin – Beatrice Loayza p196 Towards a Quilombo Cinema: A conversation between Everlane Moraes, Janaína Oliveira, Kênia Freitas, and Tatiana Carvalho Costa – Tr. Lillian Maguire and Natalia Davies. KIRA MURATOVA p218 Unrequited Passions: Notes on Kira Muratova Muratova – Lizzie Homersham p222 Queer Bloc: Situations, Generations, Nations – Lina Žigelytė p228 No Such Thing As Society?: Kira Muratova’s Redemptive Materialism – Georgie Carr p234 Gong Li’s Rebellious Transformations – Beatrice Loayza p240 Against Lists – Elena Gorfinkel
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