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!Women Art Revolution (2010)

Women Art Revolution (original title)
Not Rated | | Documentary | 1 June 2011 (USA)
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Through intimate interviews, provocative art, and rare, historical film and video footage, this feature documentary reveals how art addressing political consequences of discrimination and ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Lynn Hershman-Leeson ... Herself
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B. Ruby Rich ... Herself
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Through intimate interviews, provocative art, and rare, historical film and video footage, this feature documentary reveals how art addressing political consequences of discrimination and violence, the Feminist Art Revolution radically transformed the art and culture of our times. Written by Anonymous

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40 years in the making!

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Documentary

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USA

Language:

English

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1 June 2011 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$5,791, 5 June 2011

Gross USA:

$52,681

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$52,681
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Hotwire Productions See more »
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Color
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8 October 2013 | by immovable_objectSee all my reviews

This is a wonderful film. It plunges you right into the middle of it all - it gives you a real feeling of the excitement of the women's revolution in the making. You can feel that it's made by a participant in the scene - and although the filmmaker never intrudes, she does make herself fabulously known after all.

The film includes lots of different artists, but it is organized along thematic lines, so you aren't just reviewing a cast of "characters" as in so many worthy but predictable documentaries. Instead you're engaging with a range of different issues that the artists attacked. Made with panache, humor, and smarts, it is an invaluable tribute to the times. The form fits the content, and the content is moving, stimulating, and inspiring, as a history and as an illumination of art-making and artists.


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