This recording comes from a discussion between Laura Mulvey and Jacqueline Rose following a screening of Niagara (1953). The recording can be accessed here: https://backdoorbroadcasting.net/2019/02/marilyn-monroe-a-reappraisal/?fbclid=IwAR0Z0Or0loxyliV9jINq-Wz0U28EyyRfhHrDFSrjy_gPPkzs35tQ4s4gnkg Niagara (1953) A newlywed couple, the Cutlers, arrive at Niagara Falls and meet another couple, the Loomis', of differing ages, who are always arguing. Mrs Cutler spies Mrs Loomis kissing another man, and learns that they are planning to murder the husband. He, however, kills the boyfriend first, and then his wife on an observation tower above the falls, before drowning in the falls himself. (BFI) Trailer for Niagara (1953) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjTNi6CazRQ
BIMI University of Pittsburgh Annual Lecture 28th of November 2014 Michael Temple presents “Decades Never Start on Time”, an anthology of Richard Roud’s critical writing. Watch the complete lecture here or listen to it by clicking on the image.
Shoulder to Shoulder: Female Suffrage, Second-Wave Feminism and Feminist TV Drama in the 1970s 15th and 16th May 2014
Shoulder to Shoulder: Female Suffrage, Second-Wave Feminism and Feminist TV Drama in the 1970s 15th and 16th May 2014 2014 marked the fortieth anniversary of the BBC miniseries, Shoulder to Shoulder, which told the story of the early women’s suffrage movement in Britain (1890s-1919). Its importance as a landmark BBC drama documenting women’s history and experience, the scale of which hasn’t been repeated, is unquestioned. This event focused on women’s television history and the history of feminism on television.
1 & 2 December 2017 Annual Lecture by Ben Orgrodnik PART I: Film-as-Art: Excavating the Alliance of Art Museums and Experimental Filmmakers in the 1960s and 1970s PART II: The Rise of ‘Ruin Cinema’: Experimental Filmmaking in the US Rust Belt, 1970s-1980s This event was part of the series BIMI x LUX and University of Pittsburgh Annual Lecture With few exceptions, film and media studies scholarship continues to ignore or misrepresent the role of the art museum as a vital alternative site for exhibiting noncommercial film, instead perpetuating an essentialist stereotype that museums are hostile to film, and a corollary myth of the experimental filmmaker…
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