L E   F I F A
L E   F I F A
Forty-eight years after its theorization by Laura Mulvey, what remains of the male gaze in cinema? Through a detailed analysis of Hollywood films from the past and present, Salomé Bazin demonstrates how gender stereotypes continue to influence the roles given to women. Embracing the codes of mashup, essay, and performance, she explores ways to emancipate from them by engaging in processes of reappropriation and reenactment in search of new images, in an attempt to liberate her own body from these preconceived ideas.
Other festival:
Cineautopsia, World premiere, Colombia (2023)
Director Salomé Bazin
Archive Videos Salomé Bazin
Archives researcher Maijo D'Amico, Yaela Gottlieb, Alejandro Schonfeld
Editing Salomé Bazin
Camera David Nazareno
Cast Salomé Bazin
Sound mixing Nicolas Guadagno
Translation Nancy Winchester


• Musée McCord Stewart
Monday, march 18, 2024, 06:00 p.m. — 07:15 p.m.


Salomé Bazin

Salomé Bazin

After studying performing arts, Salomé studied cinema (Paris), digital arts (Buenos Aires) and human and social sciences (Montpellier). She has developed projects in experimental cinema, multimedia performance and video art presented throughout the world. Her work deals mainly with bodies — and in particular women’s bodies — as subjects and as social and political representations. She currently lives and works in Paris.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Y.Y.Y (2019)
ILS (2017)

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