The Female Gaze: Essential Movies Made by Women (Screenwriting and Filmmaking Biographies) Hardcover

The Female Gaze: Essential Movies Made by Women (Screenwriting and Filmmaking Biographies) Hardcover

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“A wonderful guide to some of the best films made by women, both celebrating women directors and fueling the red-hot discussion about why we don’t have more.” ―Maria Giese, filmmaker and activist

#1 Bestseller in Movies & Video Guides & Reviews

With the success of Patty Jenkins’s Wonder Woman, Ava Duvernay’s 13th, and with the rise of the MeToo movement, women creators in film are more important than ever.

A woman’s influence on film. You may have heard the term “male gaze,” coined in the 1970s which is about how art and entertainment has been influenced by the male’s perspective. So, what about the opposite? Women have been making movies since the very beginning of cinema. What new ideas, thoughts and aspects can we learn from women in film? What does the world look like through the “female gaze”?

All movies made by women. The Female Gaze goes through a historical layout of essential, thought-provoking, and life-altering movies made by women. Past and present films are featured in this book making this guidebook perfect for the movie lover in your life. Jump right into the benefits and perspectives of the female mind.

Inspiring biographies of women who make movies. Discover brilliantly talented and accomplished women filmmakers, both world renowned and obscure, who have shaped the film industry in ways rarely fully acknowledged. The Female Gaze also contains multiple mini-essays written by a variety of diverse female film critics. In this book you’ll read about:

The advancements and the accomplishments of numerous women in film
The lives of these women and the struggles they faced in the film industry
How unique women’s voices shaped the films and the film industry
If you loved books like Backwards and in Heels, Hope for Film, or Just the Funny Parts, then you’ll love The Female Gaze.