TITLE

Créteil's 15th International Women's Film Festival, 26 March-4 April 1993

PUB. DATE
September 1993
SOURCE
Screen;Autumn93, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p289
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the highlights of Creteil's 15th International Women's Film Festival held on March 26 to April 4, 1993 in Creteil, France. The event, according to the author, saw some changes to its usual format of commercialism. The first, he claims, is a reflection of the festival's reputation as a meeting place for theory and practice. The venue provided a space for discussion where directors met with the public after the film viewings. The second, he says, is the choice of films shown at the event. Twenty long films and twenty seven short films were screened during the event, which included "The Forbidden Vision," "Sexy Girls, Sexy Appliances," and "The Invisible Hand."
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31449016

 

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