Claire Johnston

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Claire Johnston (1940–1987) was a feminist film theoretician. She wrote seminal essays on the construction of ideology in mainstream cinema (Hollywood and European auteur cinema).

Writings

  • "Women's Cinema as Counter-Cinema" (1973) in: Claire Johnston (ed.), Notes on Women's Cinema, London: Society for Education in Film and Television, reprinted in: Sue Thornham (ed.), Feminist Film Theory. A Reader, Edinburgh University Press 1999, pp. 31–40
  • "Feminist Politics and Film History", Screen 16, 3, pp. 115–125
  • (Editor), The work of Dorothy Arzner: Towards a Feminist Cinema, London: British Film Institute, 1975

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