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Marjorie Keller Obituary, New York Times

Marjorie Keller Sitney, Film Maker, Dies at 43 Published: February 19, 1994 Marjorie Keller Sitney, an independent film maker whose works have been shown at museums, festivals and film institutes around the world, died on Thursday in Winter Haven, Fla. She was 43 and lived in Wakefield, R.I. The cause has not been determined, said … Continue reading

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Howard Hawks Interview, Jump Cut 1975

JUMP CUT A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA Howard Hawks on film, politics, and childrearing by Constance Penley, Saunie Salyer, and Michael Shedlin from Jump Cut, no. 5, 1975, pp. 22-27 copyright Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, 1975, 2004 Since 1923, Howard Hawks has directed over 40 motion pictures, including at least a half-dozen … Continue reading

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Women’s Pictures by Jacqueline Levitin, Jump Cut 1984

JUMP CUT A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA Women’s Pictures Guidelines for Feminist Criticism by Jacqueline Levitin from Jump Cut, no. 29, February 1984, pp. 29-30 copyright Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, 1984, 2005 Annette Kuhn. Women’s Pictures: Feminism and Cinema (Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1982), 226 pages. $11.50 The feminist film circle … Continue reading

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Women’s Films at Knokke by Verina Glaessner, Jump Cut, 1975

JUMP CUT A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA Women’s films at Knokke by Verina Glaessner from Jump Cut, no. 8, 1975, p. 23 copyright Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, 1975, 2004 The Fifth International Festival of Experimental Film was held at Knokke in Belgium for some ten days over Christmas last year. It was late and … Continue reading