TITLE

RESPONSES

AUTHOR(S)
CITRON, MICHELLE
PUB. DATE
April 2009
SOURCE
Millennium Film Journal;Spring/Summer2009, Issue 51, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents several responses that various documentary and experimental filmmakers sent to the journal in response to a survey that it issued. Filmmaker Michelle Citron discusses how she approaches each film that she makes and discusses her films "Daughter Rite" and "Mixed Greens." Filmmaker Donigan Cumming discusses the socio-political frameworks in which he prefers to place his films and he talks about his film "My Dinner with Weegee." Filmmaker Sasha Waters Freyer discusses the human relationships, particularly that between mother and daughter, that she explores in her films.
ACCESSION #
43273728

 

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