On today's episode, Will is joined by Catherine Fowler, a film scholar based at the University of Otago in New Zealand. Catherine curated the most recent special issue of the journal, [in]Transition, which features feminist videographic diptychs by six scholars: Nicole Morse, Maryam Tafakory, Melissa Dollman, Paola Voci, Maud Ceuterick, and Catherine herself. ⁠Watch and read more about the special issue here⁠.
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Will DiGravio hosted and produced this episode. Emily Su Bin Ko is the show's associate producer. ⁠⁠Music by Ketsa⁠⁠: "Live It," "Anvil," and "Refraining."
Selection of Works Cited in Interview and Further Viewing & Reading Recommendations from Catherine
Álvarez López, Cristina. "Double Lives, Second Chances," Frames Cinema Journal, 2012.
Álvarez López, Cristina and Adrian Martin. "The Thinking Machine 21: The Gauntlet – Place and Space in a Scene from Notorious," Filmkrant, June 2018.
Arnold, Martin. Passsage À L'Acte. 1993.
Cox-Stanton, Tracy. "Gesture in ‘A Woman Under the Influence’, a charting of relations," NECSUS, December 21, 2019.
Dollman, Melissa. "Gone Estray,[in]Transition, 5.4, 2019.
Fowler, C. and Sean Redmond (eds.) “The Audio-visual Essay as Creative Practice in Teaching and Research: Theories, Methods, Case Studies” Journal of Media Practice and Education.  22:1,  (Spring), 2021.
Fowler, C. with Claire Perkins and Sean Redmond (eds.) “Not Another Brick in the Wall: The Audio-visual Essay and Radical Pedagogy” Journal of Cinema and Media Studies Teaching Dossier Vol 5 (3), 2019.
Fowler, C. “Expanding the field of practice-based-research: the videographic (feminist) diptych” Journal of Media Practice and Education 22:1 (Spring). 2021. 49-60.
Fowler, C. and Sean Redmond “Writing with sound and image: teaching with the audio-visual essay” Screen Education, December, 2019. 106-111.
Fowler, C. “Videographic Exercises in the Classroom as Radical Pedagogy “ In Fowler, C. with Claire Perkins and Sean Redmond  (eds.) Journal of Cinema and Media Studies Teaching Dossier Vol 5 (3) 2019.
Fowler, C. “The Clock: Gesture and Cinematic Replaying” Framework 54 No. 2, Fall [October] 2013, 226-242.
Fowler, C. “Remembering  Cinema ‘Elsewhere’: From Retrospection to Introspection in Gallery Films” Cinema Journal 51 no2 winter 2012. 26-45.
Gibbs, John and Doug Pye. "‘Le Plaisir’: Voices and viewpoints," NECSUS, June 8, 2022.
Grant, Catherine. "Echo Beach," 2018.
Grant, Catherine. "Ne me quitte Pas," 2017.
Grant, Catherine. "Looking at To-Be-Looked-at-Ness: Feminist Videographic Criticism," [in]Transition, 4.1, 2017.
Leigh Farrell, Michelle. "Santa y Teresa: A Walking Dialogue between two Cuban Characters," [in]Transition, 7.1, 2017.
Kooijman, Jaap. "Success," [in]Transition, 2.4., 2016.
McNeill, Isabel. "Perhaps we could have loved each other – re-visioning women in la boheme," MAI: Feminism & Visual Culture, May 15, 2019.
Mulvey, Laura. "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (remix remixed 2013)," [in]Transition, 1.1., 2014.
Oyallon-Koloski, Jenny. "Maya and Mia at La La Land," Volume, 10.1,  Screenworks, 2019.
Palis, Eleni. “Two Irises: Victims of the Actor Auteur,” [in]Transition, 6.1, 2019.
Pearlman, Karen. "After Facts," [in]Transition, 6.4, 2019.
Proctor, Jennifer. "Am I Pretty?," [in]Transition, 6.2, 2019.
Romero Middent, Jeffrey. "¿Por qué me miras así? Magaly, Dolores, and the Authentic Indigenous Icon," [in]Transition, 3.3, 2016.
Rumley, Caroline. "Give Me a Smile," [in]Transition, 3.4.2016.
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