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Tag Archives: Bette Davis
The Whales of August 3 .
My 4th viewing with a group. Only one of the 7 women present had seen the film before and her comment was very interesting. The first time was at the BFI/U3A study day event 10 years ago. I found it … Continue reading
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Bechdel Test and Symbolic Annihilation
Girls on Film in Partnership with Little White Lies day of panel discussions focusing on the representation of women in film. I attended two of the panel discussions of the Under Wire Festival: the Bechdel Test and Act Your Age. … Continue reading →