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> On Nov 4, 2017, at 4:23 PM, Ben Ogrodnik <ben.ogrod...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> Thanks for all your suggestions on experimental/independent films containing 
> women's voice-over narration. This has been so helpful!  -Ben
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>    1. Re: experimental/feminist films with a woman's voice-over
>       narration? (Chuck Kleinhans)
>    2. Re: experimental/feminist films with a woman's voice-over
>       narration? (jimmyschaus1 .)
>    3. Aaton LTR (Eric Stewart)
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> Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2017 17:20:03 +0000
> Subject: Re: [Frameworks] experimental/feminist films with a woman's 
> voice-over       narration?
> I agree with others that many experimental works by women use a woman’s voice 
> or voices.
> 
> It might be useful to recall that what was often novel in women’s films in 
> the 60s-70s era was dealing with a narrator or in documentary experts or 
> witnesses who were women.  We might connect this with changing conditions and 
> technologies of production that made synch sound recording cheaper and more 
> accessible for artisan filmmaking. as well as women artists having a special 
> interest in women saying things as well as looking at things.  The modes of 
> silent, sound, and synch sound in experimental film also play a part.  For 
> example, we see a lot of Jane Brakhage in her husband’s work, but do we ever 
> hear her?
> 
>  I remember after a screening of a 90 minute early feminist film of the late 
> sixties, one of my feminist friends remarking about the guys attending, “I’ll 
> be that’s the first time most of them listened to women talking for so long 
> and not leaving or interrupting them.”
> 
> Chuck Kleinhans
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> Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2017 12:26:24 -0500
> Subject: Re: [Frameworks] experimental/feminist films with a woman's 
> voice-over narration?
> jennifer reeder "white trash girl"  <https://vimeo.com/56508118>
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> On Fri, Nov 3, 2017 at 12:20 PM, Chuck Kleinhans <chuck...@northwestern.edu 
> <mailto:chuck...@northwestern.edu>> wrote:
> I agree with others that many experimental works by women use a woman’s voice 
> or voices.
> 
> It might be useful to recall that what was often novel in women’s films in 
> the 60s-70s era was dealing with a narrator or in documentary experts or 
> witnesses who were women.  We might connect this with changing conditions and 
> technologies of production that made synch sound recording cheaper and more 
> accessible for artisan filmmaking. as well as women artists having a special 
> interest in women saying things as well as looking at things.  The modes of 
> silent, sound, and synch sound in experimental film also play a part.  For 
> example, we see a lot of Jane Brakhage in her husband’s work, but do we ever 
> hear her?
> 
>  I remember after a screening of a 90 minute early feminist film of the late 
> sixties, one of my feminist friends remarking about the guys attending, “I’ll 
> be that’s the first time most of them listened to women talking for so long 
> and not leaving or interrupting them.”
> 
> Chuck Kleinhans
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> Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2017 14:45:44 -0600
> Subject: [Frameworks] Aaton LTR
> Hey frameworkers ,
> 
> I’m in the market for an aaton ltr or even an Arri sr2 (super16).  If you 
> know of anyone selling one please send them my way.
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> Thanks!
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> -Eric Stewart
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