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Female Representation in Cinema · Essay · Online Portfolio for Digital Designer, Richard Hemery

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Female Representation in Film Is the Lowest It’s Been in Five Years

Female Representation in Film Is the Lowest It’s Been in Five Years | A2 Media | Scoop.it
According to a recent study the representation of women is at its lowest in 5 years
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Miss Representation Extended Trailer

An overlook at the Hegemonic society that utilizes the media as a tool to dictate gender expression. This sets into motion the subordination of womyn in our society and that value that they hold as individuals politically and socially.

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Lacan Lacan Lacan: Writings and Seminars - Barnes & Noble Book Clubs

Lacan Lacan Lacan: Writings and Seminars - Barnes & Noble Book Clubs | A2 Media | Scoop.it
In many previous articles I have alluded to the work of French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. Before now it has been mostly indirectly, through contempo
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Psychoanalytical film theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Psychoanalytical film theory

Psychoanalytical film theory is a school of academic film criticism that developed in the 1970s and '80s, is closely allied with critical theory, and that analyzes films from the perspective of psychoanalysis, generally the works of Jacques Lacan.

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Male Gaze Theory. Transformers, Megan Fox

Example of Male Gaze theory with Megan Fox in Transformers. I do not own the rights to this clip and am using it purely for educational purposes.
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This is a clip from the 2007 film 'Transformers' (dir. Michael Bay) which shows a clear example of Laura Mulvey's Male Gaze Theory (1975). 

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Apply Male Gaze Theory.mp4

Laura Mulvey's theory of the Male Gaze claims that cinema and media images conform to the 'norms' of a patriarchal society where men have the active power an...

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Male Gaze theory, this clip shows examples of the theory in various different films. One example is of 2007 film 'Transformers', which is one of my chosen texts for my research investigation.

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Representation of Women in Action Films - Research Papers - Karabomazibuko

Read this research paper and over 1,400,000 others like it now. Don't miss your chance to earn better grades and be a better writer!
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Hollywood's Steep Hills: Gender Inequality and 'Miss Representation'

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Gender inequality in Hollywood reigns supreme, but as Miss Representation shows, the male/female binary is so insidious that it even makes its way into productions that aim to counter it.

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Laura Mulvey and the Male Gaze

Laura Mulvey By Veronica Pacheco and Via Viteri
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This short video focuses on Male Gaze in television shows. Although it mainly focuses on tv shows, information and quotes are presented before and after the clips. The video gives examples of typical camera angles and shots used in tv shows, to show women and how they're represented to the male audience and passive female audience. 

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Feminist film theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Feminist film theory

Feminist film theory is theoretical film criticism derived from feminist politics and feminist theory. Feminists have many approaches to cinema analysis, regarding the film elements analyzed and their theoretical underpinnings. The development of feminist film theory was influenced by second wave feminism and the development of women's studies within the academy.

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