Women make horror : filmmaking, feminism, genre / edited by Alison Peirse.  (Text) (Text)

Peirse, Alison
Call no.: PN1995.9.H6 W656 2020Publication: New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press, c2020Description: viii, 259 pISBN: 9781978805118 (paperback); 197880511X (paperback); 9781978805125 (hardcover); 1978805128 (hardcover)Subject(s): Horror films -- History and criticismHorror films -- Production and directionWomen motion picture producers and directorsWomen in the motion picture industryFeminism and motion picturesLOC classification: PN1995.9.H6 | W656 2020
Contents:Women Make (Write, Produce, Direct, Shoot, Edit and Analyze) Horror / Alison Peirse -- Stephanie Rothman and Vampiric Film Histories / Alicia Kozma -- Inside Karen Arthur's The Mafu Cage / Alexandra Heller-Nicholas -- The Secret beyond the Door: Daria Nicolodi and Suspiria's Multiple Authorship / Martha Shearer -- Personal Trauma Cinema and the Experimental Videos of Cecelia Condit and Ellen Cantor / Katia Houde -- Self-Reflexivity and Feminist Camp in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare / Tosha R. Taylor -- Why Office Killer Matters / Dahlia Schweitzer -- Murders and Adaptations: Gender in American Psycho / Laura Mee -- Gender, Genre and Authorship in Ginger Snaps / Katarzyna Paszkiewicz -- The Feminist Art-Horror of the New French Extremity / Maddison McGillvray -- Women-Made Horror in Korean Cinema / Molly Kim -- The Stranger with My Face International Film Festival and the Australian Female Gothic / Donna McRae -- Slicing Up the Boys' Club: The Female-Led Horror Anthology Film / Erin Harrington -- The Transnational Gaze in A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night / Lindsey Decker -- Gigi Saul Guerrero and Her Latin American Female Monsters / Valeria Villegas Lindvall -- Uncanny Tales: Lucile Hadžihalilović's Évolution / Janice Loreck -- The (Re)Birth of Pregnancy Horror in Alice Lowe's Prevenge /Amy C. Chambers -- The Rise of the Female Horror Filmmaker-Fan / Sonia Lupher.
Summary: "Women Make Horror is the first book-length study of women filmmakers in horror film, the first all-women edited book on horror film, and the first book to call out the male-bias in written histories of horror and then to illuminate precisely how, and where, these histories are lacking. It re-evaluates existing literature on the history of horror film, on women practitioners in the film industry and approaches to undertaking film industries research. It establishes new approaches for studying women practitioners and illuminates their unexamined contribution to the formation and evolution of the horror genre. The book focuses on women directors and screenwriters but also acknowledges the importance of women producers, editors and cinematographers. It explores narrative and experimental cinema, short, anthology and feature-filmmaking, and offers case studies of North American, Latin American, European, East Asian and Australian filmmakers, films and festivals. With this book we can transform how we think about women filmmakers and genre"
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Women Make (Write, Produce, Direct, Shoot, Edit and Analyze) Horror / Alison Peirse -- Stephanie Rothman and Vampiric Film Histories / Alicia Kozma -- Inside Karen Arthur's The Mafu Cage / Alexandra Heller-Nicholas -- The Secret beyond the Door: Daria Nicolodi and Suspiria's Multiple Authorship / Martha Shearer -- Personal Trauma Cinema and the Experimental Videos of Cecelia Condit and Ellen Cantor / Katia Houde -- Self-Reflexivity and Feminist Camp in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare / Tosha R. Taylor -- Why Office Killer Matters / Dahlia Schweitzer -- Murders and Adaptations: Gender in American Psycho / Laura Mee -- Gender, Genre and Authorship in Ginger Snaps / Katarzyna Paszkiewicz -- The Feminist Art-Horror of the New French Extremity / Maddison McGillvray -- Women-Made Horror in Korean Cinema / Molly Kim -- The Stranger with My Face International Film Festival and the Australian Female Gothic / Donna McRae -- Slicing Up the Boys' Club: The Female-Led Horror Anthology Film / Erin Harrington -- The Transnational Gaze in A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night / Lindsey Decker -- Gigi Saul Guerrero and Her Latin American Female Monsters / Valeria Villegas Lindvall -- Uncanny Tales: Lucile Hadžihalilović's Évolution / Janice Loreck -- The (Re)Birth of Pregnancy Horror in Alice Lowe's Prevenge /Amy C. Chambers -- The Rise of the Female Horror Filmmaker-Fan / Sonia Lupher.

"Women Make Horror is the first book-length study of women filmmakers in horror film, the first all-women edited book on horror film, and the first book to call out the male-bias in written histories of horror and then to illuminate precisely how, and where, these histories are lacking. It re-evaluates existing literature on the history of horror film, on women practitioners in the film industry and approaches to undertaking film industries research. It establishes new approaches for studying women practitioners and illuminates their unexamined contribution to the formation and evolution of the horror genre. The book focuses on women directors and screenwriters but also acknowledges the importance of women producers, editors and cinematographers. It explores narrative and experimental cinema, short, anthology and feature-filmmaking, and offers case studies of North American, Latin American, European, East Asian and Australian filmmakers, films and festivals. With this book we can transform how we think about women filmmakers and genre"

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