Spanning seven decades of the 20th century, his work became synonymous with modern art itself.
Like Picasso, cinema was born during the last decades of the 19th century and rose to become the dominant artform of the 20th century.
In 1955 “Helen Keller In Her Story” was the first Oscarwinning documentary to be directed by a woman, Nancy Hamilton.
Curated by Robert Herbert Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) is among the rarest figures in our cultural history: an esoteric, revolutionary artist who achieved not only universal fame, but genuine popularity.
The new visibility is a boon to women filmmakers who, for over three decades, have thrived in the documentary field as they still do not in Hollywood or the indie world.
According to the Directors Guild of America statistics, female directors logged 7.4 percent of total member workdays on fiction features in 1999.
Filming occurred during October and November 1998 in the Dallas, Texas area.
Each month at She Fighter academy in Amman, Jordan, around 150 women learn a combination of taekwondo, boxing and self-defense techniques to help them gain the confidence to stand up to harassment and abuse.
As with Picasso’s paintings, these films emphasised their own constructed, fictional character, while remaining intellectually bracing and emotionally compelling.
Boys Don't Cry is a 1999 American biographical film directed by Kimberly Peirce and co-written by Peirce and Andy Bienen.
Rob Cordiner's Smalltime Books (Melbourne) imprint don't play. He's busted one out the mutha f***ing chamber with this latest publication. Printed on riso, perfect bound, comes in 'Crips' blue or 'Bloods' red covers.
Compiled by Mark Drew, Tuhg Life (you read right) is hot like loaded steel.
is inspired by mirror-touch synaesthesia, the neurological phenomenon in which observed touch to other bodies and objects is palpably felt.