Review of House of Science in Wide Angle

In The House of Science: A Museum of False Facts, Lynne Sachs exposes the edifice of scientific “facts” with which the male-dominated disciplines of science and medicine have constructed an image of what a woman is. Through-out the 30-minute film, Sachs traces the unfortunate inter-face between women and science, a terrain in which men are supposed to have all the knowledge, defining and mapping out women as their territory, while women are alienated from their own bodies.

Review of Sermons and Sacred Pictures by J. Hoberman

The Village Voice, vol XXXIV  No. 49 December, 1989 Choices: Film by J. Hoberman 1989 Margaret Mead Film Festival The first two days of this annual event include documentaries on Japanese war brides and Native American vets, Lapps and Papuans, Vienna remembering the Anschluss, and tourists in Yosemite.  Among the highlights: Arthur Dong’s Forbidden City, […]