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December 2001, Week 3


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Angelica Fenner <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 19 Dec 2001 15:37:03 -0600
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I am designing a course on French and Italian women directors (1920-present)
and am having trouble finding much about Italian women directors. Can anyone
recommend names of films that are actually available on VHS or DVD for use
in the classroom? (other than L. Wertmueller) Are Elvira Notari's films in
distribution in the US, for example?

Thank you for any assistance and happy holidays!

Angelica Fenner

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>Subject: Screen-L/WICAZO SA REVIEW Special issue on Native American Film
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>Date: Fri, Dec 14, 2001, 2:38 PM

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> Special issue on Native American film and video!
> A Journal of Native American Studies
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> This special issue focuses on Native people as image-makers and as a people
> portrayed in film and video. Increasingly indigenous producers are taking
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