Marker's *Level Five* (with Catherine Belkhodja).

Margaret Tait's *Portrait of Ga* (1952)
https://movingimage.nls.uk/film/3698


On Fri, Nov 3, 2017 at 10:03 AM, Elizabeth McMahon <elizmcma...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Midge MacKenzie's "I Stand Here Ironing"
>
> https://catalog.nypl.org/search~S1?/XI+stand+here+
> ironing&searchscope=1&SORT=D/XI+stand+here+ironing&
> searchscope=1&SORT=D&SUBKEY=I+stand+here+ironing/1%2C11%
> 2C11%2CB/frameset&FF=XI+stand+here+ironing&searchscope=1&SORT=D&2%2C2%2C
>
> and "Clotheslines" by Roberta Cantow.
>
> https://catalog.nypl.org/search~S1?/XClotheslines&searchscope=1&SORT=DZ/
> XClotheslines&searchscope=1&SORT=DZ&extended=0&SUBKEY=
> Clotheslines/1%2C19%2C19%2CB/frameset&FF=XClotheslines&
> searchscope=1&SORT=DZ&1%2C1%2C
>
> Elizabeth McMahon
>
>
> On Thursday, November 2, 2017, Ben Ogrodnik <ben.ogrod...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I am requesting some film suggestions for a list of experimental,
>> independent, and/or feminist-leaning films that contain a woman -- or
>> multiple women -- providing voice-over narration to the images.
>>
>> The works can be from any era, in any format: documentary, animation,
>> fiction, found-footage, anthropological, installation-based, etc.
>>
>> Some well-known examples of this tradition would be: Laura Mulvey and
>> Peter Wollen's *Riddles of the Sphinx*, 1977; Michelle Citron's *Daughter
>> Rite*, 1978; or Su Friedrich's *Sink or Swim*, 1990.
>>
>> Any examples of woman-voiced films that may be lesser known, or made
>> outside EuroAmerican settings, would be greatly appreciated as well!
>>
>> Thanks so much.
>>
>> Sincerely,
>> Ben
>>
>> --
>> Ben Ogrodnik
>> Department of Film Studies // History of Art and Architecture
>> University of Pittsburgh
>>
>
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