The Ambiguities of Activism and the Limits of Production
Chapter One establishes the political and aesthetic setting for the book through a reading of Nightcleaners (1972-5)--an experimental documentary by the Berwick Street Film Collective--and its controversial reception. A newly radicalized film culture after May ’68 and a highly charged feminist activist campaign generate a remarkable visual document.
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