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Acknowledgments viiIntroduction 11. To Each Her Own Cinema. World Cinema and the Woman Cineaste 29Jane Campion's Cannes Connections 30Lucrecia Martel's Vertiginous Authorship 44Samira Makhmalbaf's Sororal Cinema 562. Framing Feminisms. Women's Cinema as Art Cinema 68Deepa Mehta's Elemental Feminism 76Iranian Diasporan Women Directors and Cultural Capital 883. Feminist Film in the Age of the Chick Flick. Global Flows of Women's Cinema 104Engendering New Korean Cinema in Jeong Jae-eun's Take Care of My Cat 108Nadine Labaki's Celebrity 1204. Network Narratives. Asian Women Directors 132Two-Timing the System in Nia Dinata's Love for Share 136Zero Chou and the Spaces of Chinese Lesbian Film 1425. Is the Whole World Watching? Fictions of Women's Human Rights 169Sabiha Sumar's Democratic Cinema 175Jasmila Zbanic's Grbavica and Balkan Cinema's Incommensurable Gazes 181Claudia Llosa's Trans/national Address 187Afterword 199Notes 203Bibliography 235Filmography 247Index 251
Patricia White is Professor of Film and Media Studies at Swarthmore College. She is the author of Uninvited: Classical Hollywood Cinema and Lesbian Representability, coauthor of The Film Experience, and coeditor of Critical Visions in Film Theory. She has worked extensively with Women Make Movies and the journal Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies.