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Women Art Revolution [Import]


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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Zeitgeist Films
  • Release Date: March 20 2012
  • ASIN: B006LL3X74

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Valuable piece of history - not to be overlooked! May 27 2012
By Zise - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved the film! It is an excellent documentation of this critical piece of women's art history that is often overlooked. Thank you for preserving a valuable part of my own history and reminding me of the important links to the bigger picture.
i found it! Feb. 9 2014
By Estela - Published on Amazon.com
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I watched this movie/documentary during a presentation at the university. I found the story so interesting that I decided to buy a couple of DVDs to share with friends. So I searched around the net and I only found it here. Without hesitating I order them and in less than a week (much before the initial estimated delivery) I got them home. The cases were new and well wrapped...I hope the DVD worked properly, because I gave them away before trying! Happy with my buy overall.
A critical love letter to art, women and feminism. Oct. 28 2013
By is me - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great film. When I saw it with some friends at a theater our eyes welled up multiple times. The director was a part of the early feminist movement in the arts and is not trying to create an unbiased or neutral film. This is told from the inside, from her particular position, which gives the work its own kind of authenticity. It is not claiming to be about the entire movement, so perhaps your favorite artist is left out. And some of the newer "feminist" artists haven't really stood the test of time. Even so it's important to remember that in just one small generation women and women artists have come a long way, and simultaneously have not come far enough. Young artists would do well to see this, both to know their history and to know when they are repeating it. The footage was shot over the years and reflects an artist' budget at times (not a hollywood budget). Within those constraints it is well done and should not be missed.
Great one for the public or personal women's library Oct. 3 2013
By J Kale - Published on Amazon.com
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I saw this documentary at the Berlinale and just had to get it. Wonderful first hand accounts from all of my favorite feminists and art theorists.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Bought and returned but not the film's fault May 13 2013
By Julia L Moore - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this film; got it out of the library and showed it to a class, who also loved it. But when I bought this copy I had to return it because IT WASN'T THE RIGHT FILM. The case said it was the film, the label on the disk said it was the film, but when I showed up in class to play it, it was a completely different film on the DVD. FAIL--I had to quickly abandon my planned lesson and it put me behind for the rest of the semester. Buy this film but be sure to play it in a non-serious situation first to see if it's right!

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