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!Women Art Revolution -- !Women Art Revolution (a secret history) annotates the evolution of the Feminist Art Movement through intimate interviews, provocative art, and rarely seen historical film and video footage, revealing how this powerful Movement radically transformed the a


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Directed by
Lynn Hershman-Leeson 
Produced by
Abigail Disney .... co-executive producer
Lynn Hershman-Leeson .... producer
Film Editing by
Lynn Hershman-Leeson 
Art Department
Justin Barber .... graphic designer
Ryland Jones .... graphic designer
Camera and Electrical Department
Brad Hoffarth .... assistant camera
Hiro Narita .... camera operator
Editorial Department
Jesse Spencer .... on-line editor
Jesse Spencer .... post-production coordinator
Chuck Mobley .... thank you

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"Women Art Revolution" - USA (original title)
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USA:83 min


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Superficial talk, 22 July 2015
Author: Mike B from Canada

Where are the paintings? Where are the sculptures?

It's about the talk. It's about feminism. It's about Civil Right's. It's about "The Movement". It's about politics. It's about the 60's.

It's all superficial. Short 30 second sound bytes from artists. Then on to another sound byte. Doesn't look at anything in any detail. Discusses briefly "The Dinner Party" with some congressional footage – then moves quickly on to another topic lest we become bored.

Avant Garde performance "art" is tossed in to entertain us – lest we become bored.

Nothing on Frieda Kahlo. Nothing on Kiki Smith. Nothing on Rosa Bonheur. Nothing on Camille Claudel. Nothing on Georgia O'Keefe. Nothing on Carole A. Feuerman. Nothing on Mary Pratt...

Kathe Kollwitz only gets a brief sound byte lest we become bored.

Does not mention the National Museum of Women in the Arts (founded in 1981).

Women artists are not just from the U.S.

Women artists didn't just start in the 1960's.

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