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Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 7, December 1976 - Page 3. December 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 22, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1255/show/1245.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 7, December 1976
Date December 1976
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Transcript Women's Films Gemini Productions is presenting the second in a series of women-made films. "Our purpose," say Beth Kendrick and Helen Duran, "is to provide a forum for the perspective of the woman filmmaker. At Gemini we are starting to define who we are as women. We want to control our images whether they be in real life or on film. Our first film, Comedy in Six Unnatural Acts, was received so well we are excited to bring to you Woman To Woman by Donna Deitch." It is a documentary about hookers, housewives and other mothers. Starting from a montage of women in the work force over the past 75 years, the film unfolds the lives of women to link two professions, prostitutes and housewives--a juxtaposition one is not likely to see at a local cinema. Included in the film are interviews with psychologists, artists, prisoners, housewives and prostitutes, the most notable of which is with Margo St. James, founder of Coyote. Artist Judy Baca, interviewed in film Woman to Woman The Lesbian Tide states, "Donna Deitch has put together a movie that speaks to and includes all women, women who are sometimes discounted in the movement." In addition to the feature film, Mosori Monica by Chick Strand will be shown. The encounter of two cultures in Venezuela is depicted through two women's eyes, an old Warao Indian and a Catholic nun. Mosori Monica capitivatingly shows values which the Warao the complex changes in have indelibly altered vision of life. These films will be shown Friday, December 3, at First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin, 7:30 p.m. A donation of $2.50 is asked to cover expenses and to be recycled into further feminist cultural events For further information, call 523-0368 or 528-3461. danceable latin, jazz, rhythm and blues WHERE WOULD 1 BE wfTHOUT YOU an album of poetry by Pat Parker and Judy Grahn and distributing two new albums Casse Culver: Three Gypsies Berkeley Women's Music Collective Also available: Meg Christian: I Know You Know Cris Williamson: The Changer and the Changed Kay Gardner: Mooncircles Albums available at\Cactus Records, The Bookstore, and the Record Rack. Or contact Olivia distributor Pokey Anderson, 526-7828. Also available by mail ($5.50 plus .55 mailing each) from Olivia Records, Dept. PBT, P0 Box 70237, Los Angeles CA 90070.