Camera, Woman

By RM Vaughan

Camera, Woman
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There are no lost women, only women who've forgotten their scripts. ' RM Vaughan's play about Hollywood director Dorothy Arzner comes off the stage and onto the page in this handsome edition from Coach House Books. An insightful look at the gender politics behind the cameras ... Read more


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There are no lost women, only women who've forgotten their scripts. ' RM Vaughan's play about Hollywood director Dorothy Arzner comes off the stage and onto the page in this handsome edition from Coach House Books. An insightful look at the gender politics behind the cameras and studios of the golden age of cinema.

RM Vaughan

RM Vaughan was a writer and video artist. He was the author of many plays and books, including Bright Eyed: Insomnia and its Cultures, Troubled, The Monster Trilogy, and A Selection of Dazzling Scarves, and contributed articles on culture to a wide variety of publications including being a Contributing Editor for Momus.ca and an art critic for the Globe and Mail. Vaughan’s short videos have played in festivals and galleries across Canada and around the world.

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