In the essay “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,” Laura Mulvey structures her argument around two crucial ideas, titled “Pleasure in Looking/Fascination with the Human Form,” and “Woman…
I’m Acacia, an intimacy coordinator, filmmaker, writer, and designer. From my uniquely fluid and dynamic choreography and innovative intimacy barrier designs to my lectures on intimacy in film and writings on film, feminist, and queer theory, I have been revolutionizing how intimacy is performed, understood, and seen on screen.
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Approaching challenges with strengths in perceptual reasoning and verbal comprehension, Acacia brings harmony to projects with their thorough vision.
Delivering deeply personal work on topics including disability, gender, sexuality, and family, Acacia chooses to open up about their life to bring stigmatized topics out of the margins.
Diving into each project with an infectious ardor, Acacia picks pursuits which maintain a level of exuberance for their work, driving them to create inspirational content.
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Deepa Mehta’s film Fire is the love story of two sisters-in-law from New Delhi, India. The first, Radha, is the barren wife of Ashok. She has been in a…
Curly Goes the waves Cascading down my inner thigh My legs Densely Yet fine enough that I hope no one notices. I remember seeing a…
“I didn’t find what I set out looking for. Instead, I found the normal people who were trying to express themselves through a medium which can be heard. Perhaps this is the true social justice nature of filmmaking today.”
In Don Roos’ The Opposite of Sex, two narrators fight to tell two different stories in the course of one narrative. The first narrator is…