Cinematic Blind Spots: giving voice to what was once hidden

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Description

Karen Pearlman’s screen trilogy, comprising  Woman With An Editing Bench, After The Facts, and I Want To Make A Film About Women offers an engaging and touching account of cinema history’s several neglected women filmmakers, alongside other creative collaborators in the 1930s and the era of Stalin. This trilogy provides an invaluable experience both for cinema-goers in general, and, more specifically, should be in the core curriculum of any screen production training program.

Subject

Australian filmmaker Karen Pearlman has been receiving great acclaim around the world for her Soviet Women Filmmakers Trilogy of short films, which finally celebrate some unsung cinematic pioneers.

Period9 Nov 2022

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  • TitleCinematic Blind Spots: giving voice to what was once hidden
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletFilmInk
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date9/11/22
    DescriptionKaren Pearlman’s screen trilogy, comprising of Woman With An Editing Bench, After The Facts, and I Want To Make A Film About Women offers an engaging and touching account of cinema history’s several neglected women filmmakers, alongside other creative collaborators in the 1930s and the era of Stalin. This trilogy provides an invaluable experience both for cinema-goers in general, and, more specifically, should be in the core curriculum of any screen production training program.
    Producer/AuthorMark Seton
    URLhttps://www.filmink.com.au/cinematic-blind-spots-giving-voice-to-what-was-once-hidden/
    PersonsKaren Pearlman