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" The first blow against the monolithic accumulation of traditional film conventions (already undertaken by radical filmmakers) is to free the look of the camera into its materiality in time and space and the look of the audience into dialectics, passionate... "
Women Film Directors: An International Bio-critical Dictionary - Page xx
by Gwendolyn Audrey Foster - 1995 - 443 pages
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Technologies of Gender: Essays on Theory, Film, and Fiction

Teresa De Lauretis - Literary Criticism - 1987 - 151 pages
...monolithic accumulation of traditional film conventions (already undertaken by radical film-makers) is to free the look of the camera into its materiality in...space and the look of the audience into dialectics, passionate detachment.3 But much as Mulvey and other avant-garde filmmakers insisted that women's cinema...
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Feminism and Film Theory

Constance Penley - Performing Arts - 1988 - 271 pages
...monolithic accumulation of traditional film conventions (already undertaken by radical film-makers) is to free the look of the camera into its materiality in...space and the look of the audience into dialectics, passionate detachment. There is no doubt that this destroys the satisfaction, pleasure and privilege...
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Women and Film: Both Sides of the Camera

E. Ann Kaplan - Performing Arts - 1983 - 259 pages
...namely. "to challenge the depiction of reality" and interrogate the language of the cinema: and also. "to free the look of the camera into its materiality in time and space. and the look ot the audience into dialectics. passionate detachment."(7 Structured through montage. the film denies...
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Discontented Discourses: Feminism/textual Intervention/psychoanalysis

Marleen S. Barr, Richard Feldstein - Literary Criticism - 1989 - 250 pages
...terms are skewed to idealize the radical avant-garde cinema whose work is to politicize desire and free "the look of the camera into its materiality...space and the look of the audience into dialectics, passionate detachment" (Mulvey 18). De Lauretis's critique of binarisms can be applied to Woody Allen's...
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Issues in Feminist Film Criticism

Patricia Erens - Performing Arts - 1990 - 450 pages
...monolithic accumulation of traditional film conventions (already undertaken by radical filmmakers) is to free the look of the camera into its materiality in...space and the look of the audience into dialectics, passionate detachment. There is no doubt that this destroys the satisfaction, pleasure and privilege...
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Modern Feminisms: Political, Literary, Cultural

Maggie Humm - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 420 pages
...monolithic accumulation of traditional film conventions (already undertaken by radical filmmakers) is to free the look of the camera into its materiality in...space and the look of the audience into dialectics, passionate detachment. There is no doubt that this destroys the satisfaction, pleasure and privilege...
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Gay and Lesbian Studies

Henry L. Minton - Social Science - 1992 - 202 pages
...identifications. This would seem to achieve what Mulvey calls for in regards to narrative film: "to free the look of the camera into its materiality in...space and the look of the audience into dialectics, passionate detachment."25 CONCLUSIONS: HISTORY = LIFE This inquiry into the forms of the gay and lesbian...
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Perversions: Deviant Readings

Mandy Merck - Social Science - 1993 - 301 pages
...'ideal instant' of romance — 'to fix it, define it' (p. 136) — Laura Mulvey urged film-makers to 'free the look of the camera into its materiality in time and space'.10 Such a programme was particularly adventurous in the mid 1970s, when modern feminism's own...
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Film, Horror, and the Body Fantastic

Linda Badley - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 199 pages
...radical film makers" (including the misogynistic Godard) was to expose sexist film conventions: to free the look of the camera into its materiality in...space and the look of the audience into dialectics, passionate detachment. . . . [T]his destroys the satisfaction, pleasure, and privilege of the "invisible...
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Postmodern Subjects/postmodern Texts

Jane Dowson, Steven Earnshaw - Social Science - 1995 - 251 pages
...regime: The first blow against the monolithic accumulation of traditional film conventions ... is to free the look of the camera into its materiality in...space and the look of the audience into dialectics, passionate detachment. There is no doubt that this destroys the satisfaction, pleasure and privilege...
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