Another Gaze #03
- Condition: New
- Language: English
- 226 Pages
- 17.15cm x 24.13cm (6.75" x 9.5")
- Published in UK
- July 2019
- Frequency: Yearly
Including essays about Barbara Hammer, Agnès Varda, Camille Billops, Jane Arden, Penny Slinger, Ana Mendieta, Hito Steyerl, Mati Diop, Catherine Breillat, Carol Morley, Ulrike Ottinger, Charlotte Prodger, Charlotte Pryce, Rosalind Nashashibi & Lucy Skaer, Gloria Camiruaga, Margarethe von Trotta, Astra Taylor, Lina Wertmüller,
Interviews with Akosua Adoma Owusu, Astra Taylor, Ericka Beckman, Carolee Schneemann, Barbara Hammer.
Reviews on films by Claire Denis, Angela Schanelec, Lila Avilés, Dominga Sotomayor, Lee Chang-Dong
Writing on the lesbian hand; the problem with 'relatability' and 'unlikeability'; 'Skam''s fan subtitles; grieving through cinema; reclaiming silence; femme, butch and in-between; underwater cinema; political militancy on-screen; Ingeborg Bachmann’s 'Malina'; prostitution and capitalist modernity; yonic imagery; a forgotten multiracial feminist video collective; sexual violence on-screen
Contributors including Sandy Flitterman-Lewis, Alexandra Juhasz, Sheila Heti, Jenny Chamarette, Rebecca Liu, Lauren Elkin, Sandy Flitterman-Lewis, AS Hamrah, Kiva Reardon, Samia Labidi, Phoebe Chen, Hannah Paveck, Laura Staab, Emily Watlington, Gabriella Beckhurst, Grace Barber-Plentie, Brodie Crellin, Terri Francis, Minou Norouzi, Devan Wells, Claire Mead, David Lee Astley, Gazelle Mba, Matt Turner, Lauren Collee, Bessie Rubinstein, Eliza Levinson, Esmé Hogeveen, Hannah Proctor, Brigette Manion, Lila Bullen-Smith, Beatrice Loayza, Joe Passmore, Adina Glickstein, Sophia Satchell-Baeza, Tilde Fredholm, Frances Hatherley, Jesse Cumming, Frances Whorrall- Campbell, Eva Klein, J Makary, Mimi Howard, Lily Hill Evans, Suzanne Enzerink, Claire Gullander-Drolet,Another Gaze is a feminist film journal, founded in January 2016, and established to highlight the gender inequality of the film industry and amplify the voices of great, often overlooked, filmmakers who identify as women. Our aim is for films by women to last longer in the public mindset, and not just for the amount of time that mainstream websites are trying to appear ‘woke’.