Women behind the Camera: Conversations with Camerawomen

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WOMEN BEHIND THE CAMERA
Conversations with Camerawomen

Alexis Krasilovsky

PRAEGER Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments iv
  • Contents vii
  • Photographs ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • Notes xxvi
  • I- The Pioneers- Starting out before 1970 1
  • Brianne Murphy, Asc 3
  • Juliana Wang 14
  • Estelle F. Kirsh 18
  • Note 24
  • Emiko Omori 25
  • Judy Irola, Asc 31
  • II- The Pioneers of Second-Wave Feminism 39
  • Leslie Hill 41
  • Kristin Glover 59
  • Lisa Seidenberg 69
  • Susan Walsh 78
  • Liz Bailey 91
  • Note 97
  • Laurel Klick 98
  • Madelyn Most 102
  • III- The Second Wave- Starting out in Independent Film 111
  • Cathy Zheutlin 113
  • Note 123
  • Dyanna Taylor 124
  • Sandi Sissel, Asc 131
  • Geraldine Kudaka 139
  • Note 147
  • Amy Halpern 148
  • Notes 157
  • Nancy Schreiber, Asc 158
  • Jo Carson 164
  • Note 170
  • IV- Emerging Camerawomen 171
  • Sabrina Simmos 173
  • Note 182
  • Karen Williams Kane 183
  • Sandy Butler 189
  • Alicia Sehring 196
  • Selected Bibliography 205
  • Index 209
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