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Looks at progress in achieving greater equality for women -- five years after the Beijing Conference on Women where government delegations pledged themselves to tackle increasing violence against women. Video/C 7771 Amy Johnson was the first woman to fly solo from Great Britain to Australia. A champion in a man's sport, over time she became an American legend forever changing ideas about the abilities of women. DVD 5616 Using film clips and narration, Annie Sprinkle presents a 25 year retrospective of her career as a pornographic film star. DVD 8742 A biography of the French existentialist philosopher, public intellectual, and social theorist, Simone de Beauvoir who wrote novels, essays, and monographs on philosophy, politics, and social issues. 1975, 50 min Special feature: émission "Premier plan" : une entrevue avec Simone de Beauvoir (1959, 40 min) In French with German subtitles. DVD 5615 University of Pennsylvania: racially insensitive language, Harvard University: gay rights, Stanford University: multicultural ideals, Pennsylvania State: sexual harassment, University of Washington: radical feminism. This film explores the general discomfort around the subject of menstruation and the pain girls experience as they negotiate relationships with their bodies and their culture. 13 women of varying age, size, and ethnicity candidly reveal the ambivalence with which they regard their own bodies. Using intimate interviews with former contestants, and behind-the-scenes footage and photographs, the film reveals why some women took part in the fledgling event and how the pageant became a battle ground and a barometer for the changing position of women in society. Warrior Marks: Female Genital Mutilation and the Sexual Blinding of Women / Alice Walker and Pratibha Parmar. New York: Harcourt Brace, c1993.(UCB Bancroft GN484 . Supplementary feature accompanying: The Adventures of young Indiana Jones. DVD X233 Discusses the life of Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (1890-1964), one of this country's most famous and important union organizers, radical activists, and defenders of civil rights. Video/C MM688 A discussion between Phyllis Schlafly, Ann Scott and William F. Video/C 2635 Film profiles four ethnically diverse women - Hispanic, Caucasian, Vietnamese and African-American - who surmount the trauma of deep personal loss and emerge with confidence, strength, and a renewed sense of purpose. In this award-winning documentary, Officer Trish Ormsby and Detectives Agnes Chan and Christine Leung share their fascinating stories about careers and personal lives, as well as satisfactions and risks on the job, the stereotypes they defied, and how they persevered. Readings from Beloved by Guy Gregory and Bonnie Greer. And in Nigeria, market trader Tematayo is demanding the government acknowledge her worth as a successful businesswoman.  Thousands of Filipino women are leaving children and country behind to work as domestics in Hong Kong. Video/C 4595 A colorful collage of plenaries, workshops, interviews, spontaneous events and music from the Fourth United Nation's International Women's NGO (non-governmental organization) Forum that took place in Huairou, China concurrent with and related to the Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing, from September 4-15, 1995. Video/C 4339 Depicts the efforts of local African political activists to end the practice of female genital mutilation in Africa, an act that can lead to medical complications or even death. Some "Mudjahadines", the women fighters during the war of Independence from the French (1954-1962), recall their own experiences: their hopes and their disillusion after the war, when the Government refused to recognize their role and contribution to the National Liberation Movement. DVD X2405; vhs Video/C 4081 Directed by Minky Schlesinger and Khetiwe Ngcobo.
Examines gains in women's rights globally with visits to Northern Ireland, Nigeria, Fiji, New Zealand, Brazil and other nations focusing on crimes against women and achievements by women towards equality. Mulvey and Wollen's experimental documentary combines newsreel footage of the aviator's arrival, dramatic recreations of events from her life and contemporary discussions by feminist groups on the subject of heroism in this most unconventional biopic. Includes archival images and commentary by biographers and historians. Features rare '70s hippie porn, early fetish films, feminist porn, art porn, transsexual docu-porn, classic XXX and more. DVD X4895 Peel concerns a family outing in Australia which results in an intrigue of awesome belligerence. Directed by Lisa Ades ; written by Michelle Ferrari. DVD X243 Four young women suffering from eating disorders and their families discuss and explain their experiences. DVD 6541 Rachel's Daughters, the first feature length film to be made about the causes of breast cancer, is an investigative documentary with a difference. Rare archival photographs, historical film footage and recordings of her speeches shed light on her role as labor leader, orator and self-proclaimed revolutionist. Buckley on the rescission of the Equal Rights Amendment by several states that had initially ratified it. DVD X5207 This program looks at the differences between the U. Latina and her Latin American and American counterparts. These portraits explore the issues of alcoholism, drug abuse, domestic violence, death and grieving, as well as problems faced by refugees and immigrants. Bonus features: Trailers; bios of Agnes, Trish, Christine & Margie; director Ermena Vinluan's bio; key crew bios; director's statement; synopsis; awards & film screenings; production anecdotes; links and bibliography.  Guatemalan women widowed in the civil unrest have formed an organization, Conavigua, to conduct literacy classes and encourage political participation. Also capturing the stories of victims, their families and friends, the film follows various activists in countries such as Tanzania, Somalia, Kenya and Mali, as they meet with school children, local communities, and others in attempting to change the 5,000 year-old custom. A new generation of women tries to find a path between modern democracy and the fundamentalism of the Islamic faith. Born into exile as the daughter of political emigres, Kethiwe Ngcobo and her family returned to their longed-for homeland, South Africa in 1994.
DVD 8343; vhs Video/C 9099 Shanae was ten when she was gang-raped; she responded by drinking and drugging, and by age 12 had graduated to murder. "The Dreams of Teen-age Girls and How They Fall Apart." (PBS to show documentary 'Girls Like Us,' which explores the impact of sex roles, class and violence) New York Times v146, sec2 (Sun, July 20, 1997): H24(N), H24(L), col 1, 24 col in. Video/C MM1183 Diaries, letters, photographs, and quilts are pieced together to tell a story of nineteenth century women from New England, the South, the Midwest, and the West. Without commentary or condescension, the film remakes the age-old story of a boy and girl in love with exhilaration and irony. ; 18 min.) -- Girls are better than ever / Douglas Film Ind. ; 13 min.) -- You're the judge / Crisco (1960s ; col. Special features: Deleted scenes; "Jackson:" an interview with Patti's son, Jackson Smith; 16min: raw footage montage; theatrical trailer. Features foremothers of women's music (Cris, Holly, Margie, Meg and more) and today's "new women's music" artists Ani Difranco, Melissa Ferrick, Bitch and Animal and more. The footage shows a personal, reflective side of the music, as well as some more exuberant or dance oriented pieces. This worldwide documentary takes viewers on a vibrant tour of urban cultures and musical movements, from hip hop's birthplace in the Bronx, to grime on London's Eastside and all points Philly, Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta, and L. Performers: Aaries, Big Manda, Chocolate Thai, Erykah Badu, Estelle, Georgia Girls, GTA Crew, Invincible, Jean Grae, MC Lyte, Miz Korona, Monie Love, Mystic, Princess & Diamond, Remy Ma, Rah Digga, Roxanne Shant, Shankia, Sparky D, Trinie & Sister. written, directed and produced by Alexis Krasilovsky. Video/C 4073 Through intimate interviews with many of the participants, provocative art, and rare, historical film and video footage, this documentary examines the history of the feminist art movement in the late 20th century.
A wealth of film clips, from chaste black-and-white Hollywood classics to more robust fare from the '60s and '70s, show women's love, lust, longing and revenge. Features interviews with psychologist Cesare Musatti and author Alberto Moravia. Includes Lauren Hutton, Sandra Day O'Connor, Claudia Schmidt, Katherine Wallach. ; 11 min.) -- Let's make a sandwich / American Gas Assoc. ; 10 min.) -- Growing girls / Film Producers Guild (1949 ; b&w ; 12 min.) -- Improve your personality / Coronet (1951 ; b&w ; 10 min.) -- Pattern for smartness / Hartley Productions (1948 ; col. Touches on her early days in New York City and includes the people dearest to her, her family, and the political causes she champions. With festival and concert footage, interviews & archival material, the film delves into the rich history of women creating a cultural life based in a commitment to diversity, feminism and women loving women. DVD 2371 Presents musical performances that took place in the last years of four highly expressive and individualistic makers of traditional old time country music. Video/C 5489 Intercutting performance footage with interviews, this documentary presents women rock musicians, women music critics and scholars discussing feminism and its expression in the work of women rock musicians in the 1990s. DVD 4219 (preservation copy); Video/C 835 NRLF #: B 4 175 470 In a hip-hop and r&b world dominated by men and noted for misogyny, these unstoppable female lyricists speak candidly about class, race, and gender in pursuing their passions as female emcees. Delves into the amazing personal stories of women balancing professional dreams with the stark realities of poor urban communities, race, sexism, and motherhood, as the more than 18 artist featured in the film battle for a place in a society that creates few chances for women. Contents: Disc 2: Special features (103 min.): Women's smaller budgets -- The first camerawomen in Afghanistan -- Camerawomen & democracy -- Ola Butler -- Power in numbers -- Teaching courage -- Shooting & directing "Paroodeh" ; Working with guys ; Worst shooting experiences -- Teaching her son to shoot -- Lack of chauvinism in France -- Why women can't -- "Camera PEOPLE" -- Trailed by wolves -- Filming the Korean "Comfort women" -- Censorship & objectification -- Leaving country for career -- Camera assisting on "Star Wars" -- Filming the Olympics ; Safety in Hollywood -- On sexual imagery -- Women in Japanese camera unions -- Big budget films -- Sabotage in TV ; In her daughter's eyes -- Number of years to advance -- Shooting as hunting & gathering ; Daughter's career goal -- Women's problems : a global perspective -- Marriage & cinematography ; A dangerous stunt -- Learning to be a camerawoman -- Interview with Alexis Krasilovsky, director. Reassembly Required: Carol Leigh, Frances Negron, Yvonne Welbon, Megan Cunningham, Eve Oishi, Valerie Soe.
"The Right of Re-Vision: Michelle Citron's Daughter Rite." In: Movies and methods : an anthology / edited by Bill Nichols. Video/C 2973 Using vibrant archival film clips and interviews with women who came of age during the Roaring 20s in Britain, this program chronicles the emergence of the modern woman in the aftermath of World War I. Both came to the Waxter Juvenile Facility in Maryland. DVD 5282 This documentary explores female teenage experiences of sexuality and pregnancy. The evolution of patriarchy as one effective way of organizing mass societies is examined from evidence found in ancient Egyptian villages along the Nile. Video/C 4385 Without flinching, this documentary chronicles four girls' coming of age and the precarious moments between being a little girl and becoming a young woman. Explores the culture of zines and this new generation of young women who are taking control of a corner of the media pie by self-publishing their own magazines. ; 27 min.) -- Saying no: a few words to young women about sex / Crommie & Crommie (1982 ; col. DVD 1345; also VHS Video/C 2557 View this video online Six women who were born into Muslim families or who chose to convert to Islam talk about being Muslim in the United States, and their choice of whether to wear the traditional veil, the hijab. Observations are interspersed with readings of her own poetry which reflect her cultural experiences. All three have widely different backgrounds but share a common bond: they are immigrants to Canada, women of color, struggling against social and economic odds. By using the latest images from NASA satellites, the film investigates the consequences of the U. military presence in South East Asia as well as European migration politics. Video/C MM1027 Activist and ecologist Vandana Shiva is the leader of a people's movement in India that opposes "reductionist Western science". Such directors as Lois Weber, Frances Marion, Dorothy Arzner, Kathlyn Williams and Alice Guy Blache were a significant presence in the early days of Hollywood. Realizing that she wasn't going to find her sisters in cinema in Hollywood, the producer traveled the independent path to uncover a wide range of films directed by African American women outside of the Hollywood studio system. Explores the extraordinary contributions of women filmmakers from Africa through Interviews with thirty-five women filmmakers from Africa and the African diaspora, interspersed with clips from their films. Defying her parents, she pursued her education and devoted herself full-time to writing award-winning stories and novels in Yiddish-English dialect. DVD X4633 This tribute profiles the jazz trumpeter Ernestine "Tiny" Davis, and her lesbian partner of 40 years, drummer Ruby Lucas (aka Renee Phelan).
Also shows some of the advanced-technology devices that can assist disabled people. The film's narrative includes the words of Dorothy Parker, Josephine Herbst and Virginia Cowles, as well as the articles and letters exchanged by Martha Gellhorn and Eleanor Roosevelt during the war. Shatters the myth that social bullying among girls is an acceptable part of growing up. The Theater responded by hiring an anti-union law firm. DVD 3722; Video/C 4744 A lecture by Cynthia Enloe, author and nationally recognized scholar of militarism, state policies, politics and their impacts on the lives of people throughout the world. Based on The way of duty by Joy Day Buel and Richard Buel, Jr. In this film, several women who have experienced this "rite of passage" voice varying points of view on perpetuating the practice. Video/C MM113 A Les Blank film, interviews 40 women, all of whom have a spacebetween their two front teeth. They depicted the reproductive system in anatomical detail or through puzzling symbolism. Sound/C 1494 This film explores twentieth-century art by women, focusing on nine of the thirteen artists whose works compose the Gihon art collection: Works by Women. Video/C 5877 Gallery owners comment on the actions of a group of anonymous women artists who call themselves the Guerrilla Girls. They agreed to meet regularly over their next three years of college, and create a community to share experiences and struggles as women stepping into traditionally male domains. Produced by students enrolled in Ethnographic Film (Anthropology 138B) at the University of California, Berkeley, Dept. Featuring: Asia One, Leschea, Medusa, DJ Symphony, and T-Love. Her music, poetry, and politics are fearless, funny, raw and original. Video/C 7974 A history of the treatment of women on the screen. In a half-changed world, women are often forced to choose: mothering or working? Through their lives, we explore some of the most problematic intersections of our time: mothering and creativity, partnering and independence, economics and art. ; six new updates with all the artists featured in the film and director Pamela Tanner Boll. Discusses the relative prestige of female architects and their creations as compared to their male counterparts. Interviewed: Sally Ride (austronaut), Carol Baker (microbiologist), Emma Earl (computer specialist), Kate Kykema (midwife), Regina Murphy (chemical engineer), Breand Faison (microbiologist). The three part video begins by profiling 6 women whose careers began in the Fifties and Sixties, then six women whose work coincided with the emergence of the women's movement in the Seventies; and six women whose careers began in the Eighties and Nineties. Creating an Infrastructure: Carolee Schneemann, Pearl Bowser, Julia Reichert, Margaret Caples, Kate Horsfield, Constance Penley -- Part 2. A variety of actors and industry personalities also offer their views on women in filmmaking to round out this illuminating documentary. Previously recorded sessions of American women poets reading selections from their work. Since 1984, the group has been creating works that celebrate the heritage of African Americans, interacting with communities through workshops and performances. Includes commentary from her parents and interviews with Michelle, friends, and rival cyclists. Coverage of women's sport lags far behind men's, and focuses on female athletes femininity and sexuality over their achievements on the court and field. They discuss their feelings of liberation within the strict regimentation of competitive sports, their search for identity and self-esteem while revolting against the stereotyped expectations of others, body image, dating, and the importance of mothers and coaches as mentors. With their dreams tied to the league's success, the women grapple with powerful social stereotypes, the league's business practices and their own changing expectations of success. Once barely tolerated by the Taliban, bodybuilding gyms and clubs are sprouting up throughout the country. DVD 8078; vhs Video/C 9782 An inside look at the tumultuous relationships of a clique of popular 10-year-old girls. DVD 4574 This film examines the culture of sexual harassment and bullying widespread among many teens today. Ironically many mosques force women to pray behind barriers away from the men, and some mosques do not even permit women to enter the building. The film examines numerous and diverse instances of this often unrecognized division and examines their causes and social consequences. Contents: Excerpts from: Femininity / Susan Brownmiller -- Great mother / Erich Neumann -- Feminist practice & poststructuralist theory / Chris Weedon -- Joy's way / W. Danto -- New French feminisms / Elaine Marks, Isabelle de Courtivron -- Face value / Robin Tolmach Lakoff, Raquel L. Includes commentary from her parents and interviews with Michelle, friends, and rival cyclists. The film follows the stories of four women who were detained in Magdalen asylums between the 1940s and the 1960s. This program addresses those issues, reporting on a group of 25 eight-year olds as they adjust to gender roles and expectations. Interwoven with the interviews are segments of breast-related archival footage, including a racy 1920s animated cartoon, a 1950s beauty pageant, and a 1970s bra ad. The film is based on home videotapes made during that time. The daughter discusses how she has dealt with her mother's illness and describes various stages of the disease. An examination of how advertising and the cult of celebrity have deeply and negatively impacted teens and young women, the film pairs ads and footage from the catwalks with shocking interviews with editors from top fashion magazines. This program examines the cult of the body in Western society and how it has reduced today's courtship ritual to a one-dimensional experience based primarily on physical attraction. DVD X2395; vhs Video/C 3544 This documentary addresses the contemporary obsession with body size and shape among North American women. Video/C 2167 What happens when women decide to love their bodies no matter what size? Two fat acceptance activists, Keena and Jessica, share their experiences of being judged by society for their decision to not bow to how women are expected to look --including being harassed and discriminated against because of their size. 24 min DVD X7112 In the first segment female genital mutilation in Africa and Asia is described in personal testimony as well as in an interview with Alice Walker about her documentary films. Chang, Diane Gibbons, Tammy Simon, Maria Celis, Kathryn Lenz, Isabel Beichl, Margaret Cheney. Video/C 4356 In 1972 Title IX was established, a civil rights act that prohibits gender discrimination at any school that receives federal funds. Video/C 6895 Through a profile of the lives of two cowgirls, presents a history of women in professional rodeos, and their evolving role from background "decoration" to full-fledged rodeo participants. DVD 4487 It has been 30 years since Title IX legislation granted women equal playing time, but the male-dominated world of sports journalism has yet to catch up with the law. The film reveals how class divisions are masked by racial confict and follows the intense, angry and breathtakingly resourceful Winthrow as he grapples with his own redemption from a heritage of violence. This documentary explores the terrors and triumphs of growing up male in America and suggests ways to help guide the journey to adulthood. 25 min.) -- The Decision is yours / Calvin Productions (1970 ; col. confronting issues of race, and racism, through the lens of gender, probing deep within the traditional American ideals of manhood in order to draw out the complex and often ambivalent nature of black male identity. Many are drawn to the religion because of its emphasis on social justice and spiritual equality between the sexes. A class at Ohio University provides discussion about the impermanence of work done by women and the permanence of work done by men as they explore the concept of symbolic gender construction. Video/C 7590 A monologue performed by Joanna Frueh concerning feminist views, male and female relationships and social perceptions of women. The program explores complex issues of gender identity surrounding the controversy and manifested in Dumaresq's personal and professional relationships. With intelligence and wit, this film exposes the legal and social punishments that women who dare to have sex endure, while presenting a powerful argument that evaluating girls and women on their sexuality needs to stop. Based on the book: The purity myth: how America's obsession with virginity is hurting young women / Jessica Valenti (Full-text available online [UC Berkeley users only]; Print: Main (Gardner) Stacks HQ29 . The criteria of deviance was so broad some Magdalenes didn't know why they had been put away. Sunset Story doesn't shy away from the sadness of old age; it reveals two elderly women's lives in an unusually authentic and surprisingly moving way. In doing so, she explores the dichotomy which separates her from the opera's other female character, the "bad girl" Musetta. With Norman Mailer, Germaine Greer, Jill Johnston, Diana Trilling, Jacqueline Ceballos. In an atmosphere dominated by sex and consumerism, are children growing up too quickly? The participants represent a wide range of age, size, race and background including two women with mastectomies, another who is concerned about the safety of her silicone implants, a self-proclaimed leader of the "Strong Breast Revolution," a transsexual, a 420-pound comedienne and two mother-daughter pairs. Video/C MM316 Host Hugh Downs examines the dangers of the binge-eating disorder, bulimia, and its effects on victims through interviews with experts, recovered bulimics including actress Jane Fonda and the parents of bulimics. Written, produced & directed by Francine Strickwerda & Laurel Spellman Smith. Sandy and Barbara had almost three years together from the time Barbara's cancer was diagnosed until her death in 1988. Video/C 4002 Shows interactions between an Alzheimer's patient and her daughter. Video/C 3976 Filmmaker Nicole Clark, a former Elite International fashion model, calls for a necessary change: integrity and responsible media for our youth. DVD X3801 Extreme body consciousness has taken youthful narcissism to new heights, making 'boy meets girl' a ruthless physical selection process. DVD X362 Once a fanatical rising star in the white supremacist movement, Greg Winthrow grapples with a legacy of hatred handed down across generations in this haunting documentary. What hurts them, makes them violent, and sometimes kills them? DVD 3223 Men are marching on Washington, finding religion, taking on new community responsibilities, bonding with each other, weeping openly and discussing their relationships. Some say it is the outcome of the feminist movement and the resulting change in male roles. This program profiles the new "men's movement, "explores the various reasons why men become involved in these movements and examines the implications for men and women in the 21st century. / Coronet (1950 ; b&w ; 10 min.) -- Act your age / Coronet (1949 ; b&w ; 12 min.) -- The Other fellow's feelings / Centron (1951 ; b&w ; 8 min.) -- Your body during adolescence / Mc Graw-Hill (1954 ; b&w ; 11 min.) -- The Show-off / Centron (1954 ; b&w ; 11 min.) -- Planning for success / Coronet (1950 ; b&w ; 10 min.) -- Moment of decision / Sid Davis Prods. ; 10 min.) -- Car theft / Bray-Mar (1956 ; b&w ; 14 min.) -- Dance, little children / Centron (1961 ; col. DVD X2291 An exploration of "what it means to be a black man in America... Through their commentaries and the experiences of partners, friends, and family emerges an unforgettable story of self-discovery. Video/C MM117 In North America, a large number of converts to Islam are women. Video/C MM971 The unwritten rules governing the traditional activities of American men and women are sharply but subtly defined. Video/C 5252 A post-operative transsexual, Michelle Dumaresq, has provoked outrage by entering the sport of women's mountain bike racing. Features interviews with sexperts, historians, and pioneering feminists. Bonus features: Interview extras; Behind the scenes; More antique vibrators; Dancing vibrator trailer. In each location women confess their joys, their frustrations and their pain about love, sex, relationships with men and friendships with each other. Analyzing cultural stereotypes and media messages, Jessica Valenti reveals the overt and hidden ways our society links a woman's worth to her sexuality rather than to values like honesty, kindness, and altruism. DVD X7337 Seven contemporary quiltmakers, among them a California Mennonite, a Black Mississippian, and a Bulgarian immigrant talk about their art, its importance in their lives, and how it is influenced by their daily experiences. A panel featuring UC Berkeley professor and prison activist Ruthie Gilmore speaking about terror, structural adjustments and the warfare state; Women of Color Resource Center executive director Linda Burnham talking about women, war and racism and Al-Qalam Institute director Hatem Bazian discussing the selling of the war on terrorism [Berkeley, CA] : Center for Race and Gender. Looks at political strategists such as Richard Viguerie, Paul Weyrich, Phyllis Schlafly and Ralph Reed, conservative funders Joseph Coors and Richard Mellon Scaife, and religious leaders like Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson, James Dobson and Bill Mc Cartney. The purpose of the asylums, named after the repentant biblical prostitute Mary Magdalene, was to correct the supposed sexual deviance of young women. As they attend demonstrations, register their fellow residents to vote and debate everything under the sun, Irja and Lucille's verve and humor delight us. Examines women's role in marriage and motherhood, as well as their image in gynocratic societies and in cultures that worship women deities. Mimi, the seamstress heroine of the opera who must die before the curtain goes down, decides to investigate the reasons for her death. When the first electronic computer (ENIAC) was developed to aid the Army's calculation. The event turned from mere intellectual debate to ferocious theater as verbal blows flew engaging the participants and the audience for three and a half hours. Her racially mixed group of women prisoners becomes a circle of trust and healing. Produced, directed and filmed by Karen Sosnoski and Fred Zeytoonjian, Jr. Tape of live broadcast of the sixth Millennium Evening from the White House East Room on Mar. Using images from popular art, television drama, and hidden-camera footage to illustrate both predictable and unexpected conflicts, this program presents the way sex-related differences in brain architecture may influence love, marriage, reproduction and parenthood. How does celebrity culture influence the self-esteem of young girls? DVD X3621 Explores male-female differences in communication and the impact that gender has on both verbal messages including speech, language, and vocabulary, as well as on nonverbal channels of communication such as touch, movement, and gesture. Features men and women from a variety of cultural and social backgrounds who provide testimony on how gender differences affect their relationships. Video/C 6373 A portrait of two individuals born with ambiguous genitalia that calls into question the medical practice of gender assignment surgery of intersex infants and children. Videodisc release of an episode of the television program CBS reports, originally broadcast on May 10, 1962. Along the way they visit orphanages for infants and children to see how they are run today. Originally shown on the television program Frontline on February 27, 1996. Video/C 5799 Presents interviews with 22 women, most of whom appear topless, speaking candidly about their attitudes toward breasts. Unflinchingly examines the good, the bad and the ugly sides of this American icon, delving into the history and politics of breast obsession in the United States. ' to the fears of breast cancer and the disparate attitudes of cultures worldwide, the directors leave no stone unturned in their quest to demystify the American breast. This film provides a glimpse into the real lives of two lesbian women, Sandy and Barbara, especially into their coping with Barbara's breast cancer. How do they learn courage, the difference between right and wrong, and the meaning of love? This brief, illuminating film explores an important but rarely discussed social and public health issue. Contents: Fears of children / International Film Foundation (1951 ; b&w ; 27 min.) -- Am I trustworthy? They further argue that to not engage with wrestling in a serious manner allows cynical promoters of violence and sexism an uncontested role in the process by which boys become "men." c2002. Video/C 9319 Provides honest and riveting portraits of six men who once were women. Presents history of the movement to add the Equal Rights Amendment to the U. DVD 4487 From the Victorian era to the post-feminist present, the history of the vibrator is explored, plus the mystifying female orgasm. DVD X718 This documentary, in which women reveal intimacies in the privacy of each other's company, takes the viewer to high school bathrooms, senior centers, powder rooms, Newfoundland dance halls, New York nightclubs, a sauna in Copenhagen, a Casablanca hammam and country-and-western bars in Texas. The Purity Myth is an important and timely critique of about why this is so, and why it's problematic for girls and women. Video/C 4126 View this video online (via folkstreams.net) Contents: Terror, structural adjustments and the warfare system / Ruth Wilson Gilmore -- Women, war and racism / Linda Burnham -- Selective images: the selling of the war on terrorism / Hatem Bazian. Video/C 8867 Presents a feminist perspective on the convergence of right-wing political, religious and economic forces in the United States from the 1970s to the present. Video/C 8339 Presents a disturbing portrait of Magdalen asylums, run by unfeeling and sometimes sadistic Catholic nuns in Ireland for over a hundred years. Video/C 9741 Uses archival black and white photographs and original artwork with voiceover narrative to illustrate the history of women who "passed" as men in mid-to-late 19th and early 20th century America, not always for reasons of sexual orientation, but for economic or social status enhancement. In the skit a beauty contestant is pressured to fulfill certain roles in order to be the "ideal woman." The women who perform also discuss their personal lives and how their struggle as women is expressed in the skit. She explores the conditions of a woman's representation and comments on the impact of feminism today. Blending science, history and sensuality, this tongue-in-cheek documentary travels across North America and visits Paris, the world's most romantic city, revealing that there's nothing simple about a simple kiss. This program deals in detail with the Victorian ideal of sheltered life for women, the development of the women's suffrage movement, and the ratification of the 19th Amendment. It tells the story of Irja (81) and Lucille (95), two friends at a rest home for retired radicals. DVD 4905 Explores women's functions throughout history. A model for the deconstruction of the Hollywood Film, Thriller turns the conventional role of women as romantic victims in fiction on its head. But unlike the efforts to recruit Rosie the Riveter to the factory, this clandestine search targeted female mathematicians who would become human 'computers' for the U. Rosie made the weapons, but the female computers made them accurate. among them Jill Johnston, Diana Trilling, Jacqueline Ceballos and Germaine Greer. With their dreams tied to the league's success, the women grapple with powerful social stereotypes, the league's business practices and their own changing expectations of success. The final sequences of this film which explores the socially dictated feminine self-image, presents re-framed government photos of women being measured, accompanied by a voiceover litany of "crimes against women." 1975. Video/C 5147 'Voices from Inside' follows German-born theater artist Karina Epperlein into a federal women's prison where she began teaching weekly classes as a volunteer in 1992. Separated into eight ethnic councils, Indigenous, African-American, Arab, Asian, European-American, Jewish, Latina, and Multiracial, the women explore their stories of identity, oppression, and resistance. " Interviewees include people who are married, living together in committed relationships, divorced, single, heterosexual, bisexual, and gay individuals, all representing diverse relationships to and perspectives on marriage. Video/C 9649 Adaptation of Sandra Bernhard's one-woman off-Broadway show, a biting, dramatic, comedy cabaret showcase, in which she takes on a number of roles in order to examine American pop culture. Includes remarks by President Clinton, and comments and questions from the audience. Set in the late 1800s, the story features Elizabeth, an aspiring writer who becomes ill and is forced to take a "rest cure." Completely isolated, her mind creates a world inside the wallpaper in her room--a world in which a woman is trapped and unable to escape. Although under-age Philippine 'pen pals' and post-Soviet mail-order brides have been part of the transnational exchange of sex in the post-colonial and post-Cold War marketplace of desire before the digital age, the Internet has accelerated these transactions. Four of Swan's subjects speak candidly about their own gender identities and experiences, focusing on their creative expression as artists. This fascinating documentary introduces viewers to notions of fluid gender identity, challenging the rigid categories of 'male' and 'female'. To illustrate these differences, children are observed in classrooms, on the playground, and at home. How might acknowledging the brain's role in sex differentiation make interpersonal relationships run more smoothly? Examines ways to make a relationship work better for both men and women. Considers exclusion of girls from sports, reinforcement of the hero ethic in boys, and differential teacher treatment of boys and girls in classroom and playground. This film explores the neurological elements that help to perpetuate persistent divisions of labor, and investigates the biological basis of our seemingly unchangeable emotional systems. Includes interviews with Margaret Sanger, Estelle Griswold, various religious and health officials and discusses the differences in moral attitudes towards birth control of Catholics and non-Catholics. The film follows Alexandra and her adoptive family as they travel from Bucharest across Romania to the village where Alexandra was born. Enter the inner workings of the Patina V Mannequin Factory and see what goes into making 'the ideal woman of the moment' -- in plastic." False images (12 min.) -- The Guarantee (11 min.) -- 34 x 25 x 36 (8 min.) Director: by Jesse Epstein. Includes interviews with physicians, lawyers, the CEO of Dow Corning Corporation, and individuals with illnesses they feel are linked to their use of silicone breast implants. Video/C 544 A disarmingly honest and intimate exploration of our society's fascination with women's breasts. Video/C 5649 What expectations and images do teenage boys feel pressured to conform to, and how do boys deal with these pressures? The men discuss their most memorable sexual experiences, their tactics of seduction and their views on the differences in sexual and gender roles in their social circles. Topics covered include coping with failure and teasing. Set in Costa Rica, illuminates the social climate and cultural traditions which nurture "machismo" and allow the domination of women to flourish in Latin America. Video/C 6373 Drawing the connection between professional wrestling and the construction of contemporary masculinity, Sut Jhally and Jackson Katz show how so-called 'entertainment' is related to homophobia, sexual assault and relationship violence. C.: National Public Radio, Education Services, 1981. This tape includes quotes from Phyllis Schlafly, Gloria Steinem, Ronald Reagan, and Maureen Reagan. Key issues are women's rights and the politics thereof.
Video/C 72 An experimental film that explores the relationships between mothers and their adult daughters. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c1999. Although Indiana University is working diligently to meet Title IX conditions by creating new athletics programs and spreading out scholarship dollars, only seven Division 1 schools have met the Title IX standards for gender equity. Max is the story of a transexual's journey from female to male. DVD 6793 Offers a lively mixture of contemporary interviews and archival film footage in a thoughtful examination of the social phenomenon of the 'flapper,' the provacative 'New Woman'of America's Roaring '20s. Along the way meet the "Barbie Hall of Fame" curator, as well as bulmics, artists, owners of Barbie collections and other people whose lives have been affected by this doll. This documentary takes the viewer into the lives of women and men who are struggling to cope with bulimia and its consequences. Video/C 9521 A documentary about four women of different backgrounds who are similarly dependent upon alchohol or prescribed drugs. 3/4" UMATIC Video/C 541 Seven women ages 45 to 65 explore and reflect on their aging faces uncovering their ambivalence, vanity, anxiety, joy and acceptance of growing older through open, honest, and funny revelations with their friends. Video/C 9479 This distanced narrative, which approximates a soap opera or a TV interview of bereaved relatives of a victim, confronts two means by which food is used as a weapon: the internalized oppression of self-starvation (anorexia nervosa), and starvation because of poverty and economic domination. 90210 makeover television programs, surgeons and their patients, clinical psychologists, media theorists, and youth who are coming of age in a culture where bodies seem to be customizable. DVD 9926 A film by Jennifer Frame and Jay Rosenblatt. W35 1993) A brooklyn barber covers his wall with magazine cut-outs of women, however when he is introduced to the art of photo-retouching, his perceptions of beauty are called into question. The film also offers insights into the deeper issues of image and aging. Follows her tumultuous life from Russia to the United States and her eventual deportation from the U. Features archival film footage with commentary by authors and academics. DVD 3669 The life story of Simone de Beauvoir, including her relationship with Jean-Paul Sartre, is told in conjunction with the stories of some of the women in the modern women's movement. Although widely criticised for her militant tactics, Emmeline Pankhurst's leadership is recognised as a crucial element in achieving women's suffrage in Britain. Includes interviews with Kochiyama and with members of her family. In Pakistan, seventeen-year-old Hina is challenging tradition to complete her education. The clothing they sew, bearing the "Made in the USA" label, is shipped duty and quota-free to the U. A production of the Witness Project which uses video technology to investigate human rights abuses. In a now common scenario, Moroccan woman work in North Africa to produce goods destined for the European market, even as domestics commute into a Spanish enclave in Moroccan territory.  In South Africa a literacy campaign gives birth to an effective anti-liquor campaign.