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Women in Film Education (WIFE)

Participatory Photography at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema

Women in Film Education (WIFE)

Participatory Photography at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema

WOMEN IN FILM EDUCATION
(WIFE)

Participatory Photography
at the Mel Hoppenheim
School of Cinema

The WIFE digital gallery showcases 100 photo stories, created by ten female students from the film production program. This on-line exhibition provides a window for readers to witness these emerging female filmmakers’ inner conflicts and struggles with external constraints, as they come to understand the importance of logistics, technology, finances, working conditions, and interpersonal relationships in practice-based film education.

WIFE

Although the word ‘wife’ is largely associated with heterosexual marriage in contemporary culture, historically, people have also used this word to refer to knowledgeable and skilled women, such as ‘fishwife’ and ‘midwife.’ We employ WIFE as our acronym to evoke critical reflections from a wide audience on notions of “womanhood” in the global film industry.   

Concordia Office of the Provost & Vice-President, Academic
Femmes du cinéma, de la télévision et des médias numériques (FCTMN)

Mitacs
The Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University

SODEC –Société de développement des entreprises culturelles

Telefilm Canada

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