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Lecture and Talk

Something Different: How feminist filmmakers changed cinema - and the world

It is a special event held as a part of the retrospective section 'Feminist Film Classics.' During the period spanning the 1960s through the 1980s when the second-wave feminism was emerging, feminist directors and critics created alternative films with an interesting outlook on feminist aesthetics as well as criticized the existing male-dominated film system. A lecture given by feminist film critic Sophie MAYER will be followed by a specially talk with Lizzie BORDEN, the director of the sci-fi feminist film Born in Flames and Ula STÖCKL, the director of Germany's first feminist film, The Cat Has Nine Lives. Our special guests' vivid testimonies will invite you to enjoy a journey to the center of the feminist film revolution.

Date June 6 (TUE) 14:00
Venue MINT Theater, Yonsei University Graduate School of Communication and Arts
Lecturer Sophie MAYER (Author of The Cinema of Sally Potter: A Politics of Love and Political Animals: The New Feminist Cinema, and Film Critic)
Panel Lizzie BORDEN (Director of Born in Flames)
Ula STÖCKL (Director of The Cat has Nine Lives)
Sponsored by British Council, Yonsei University Institute of Media Arts, Yonsei University Graduate School of Communication and Arts