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Bev Zalcock

Bev Zalcock has written two books on women and film: Girls’ Own Stories: Australian and New Zealand Women’s Films (co-author) and Renegade Sisters: Girl Gangs on Film (2001), as well as numerous articles, most recently a chapter on Lucrecia Martel’s The Headless Woman in A Critique of Judgment in Film & Television (editors: Silke Panse and Dennis Rothermel).

Zalcock is herself a filmmaker, and with Sara Chambers, as Barrelstout Productions, makes female-focused, no-budget shorts of an experimental and often comic nature. She is a lecturer in film studies at Birkbeck College, University of London.

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