FILM ch 10 - ideology: feminism
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- Women's Liberation Movement/Women's Movement
- an ideology that occurred in films in the 1960s
Unions for filmmakers in the 1960s discriminated...
against females, allowing very few to enter their ranks
There were some women in the areas of (1)______________, (2)_______, and (3)_________, but only in the field of acting did women enjoy a degree of (4)__________.
- 1. screenwriting
- 2. editing
- 3. costuming
- 4. prominence
Male stars like Cary Grant, Gary Cooper, and John Wayne still played leads in their (1)_______ and they were often paired with women (2)______ or (3)______ years younger than themselves.
- 1. sixties
- 2. twenty
- 3. thirty
Females usually had (1)_______ careers because they were thought to be too (2)___ for leading roles once they were past (3)_____.
Women didn't get to tell their own stories because the images were controlled by ___.
What were a woman's main function in film?
- to support their men
- valued for sex appeal and good looks
Where there is more (1)_________ there are more (2)______ for women.
How did film critic, Molly Haskell, answer Freud's question, "What do women want?"?
"We want nothing less, on or off the screen, than the wide variety and dazzling diversity of male options."
What would you like to do?
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