Women Screenwriters is a study of more than 300 female writers from 60 nations, from the first film scenarios produced in 1986 to the present day. Divided into six sections by continent, the entries give an overview of the history of women screenwriters in each country, as well as individual biographies of its most influential.
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Jill Nelmes, University of East London, UK Jule Selbo, California State University, Fullerton, USA Añuli Agina, University of Westminster, UK Jean Ansolbehere, Script Coordinator, Los Angeles, USA Robert Arnett, Old Dominion University, USA Carmen Sofía Brenes, University of los Andes, Chile Lavinia Brydon, University of Kent, UK Erik Buikema, University of Groningen, Netherlands Michael Burri, University of Pennsylvania, USA Cristina Colet, Saint John International University Vinovo, Italy Mariapia Comand, Università degli Studi di Udine, Italy Kelley Conway, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Michael Coutanche, Ryerson RTV School of Media, Canada Linda Craig, University of East London, UK Debbie Danielpour, Boston University, USA Robert Dassanowsky, University of Colorado, USA Tanya Gail Davies, University of Technology, Jamaica Maria-Teresa DePaoli, Kansas State University, USA Olga Dimitrijevi?, Playwright and Dramaturg, Yugoslavia Kath Dooley, Curtin University, Western Australia Haseenah Ebrahim, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa Johanna Forsman, Screenwriter and Transmedia Producer, Sweden Marcella Forster, University of Lincoln, UK Nicolette Freeman, University of Melbourne, Australia Michelle Leigh Farrell, Georgetown University, USA Lisa French, RMIT University, Australia Camila Malagolini Gama, California State University, Fullerton, USA Andrew Kenneth Gay, Southern Oregon University, USA Ronald Geerts, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium Christine Gledhill, New York University, USA Julia Sabina Gutiérrez, Sorbonne Nouvelle University (Paris III), France Kristiina Hackel, California State University, Los Angele, USA Gert Jan Harkema, Stockholm University, Sweden Mary Harrod, University of Warwick, UK Susan Hayward, University of Exeter, UK Trinidad Herrera, Universidad de los Andes, Chile Stella Hockenhull, University of Wolverhampton, UK Helen Jacey, Bournemouth University, UK Hester Joyce, La Trobe University, Australia Tonia Kazakopoulou, University of Reading, UK Margit Keerdo-Dawson, Baltic Film and Media School in Tallinn, Estonia Alexis Krasilovsky, California State University, Northridge, USA Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson, Minnesota State University Moorhead, USA Michele Leigh, Southern Illinois University, USA Warren Lewis, California State University, Fullerton, USA Susan Liddy, University of Limerick, Ireland Sam Lively, California State University, Fullerton, USA Victoria Lucas, Development and Production Executive, USA Bernadette Luciano, University of Auckland, New Zealand Ervin Malakaj, Washington University, St. Louis, USA Florence Martin, Goucher College, USA Monika Maslowska, Bangor University, Wales Ouissal Mejri, University of Bologna, Italy Monica Mitarc?, Christian University, Romania Nathalie Morris, BFI National Archive, UK Bettina Moss, National University, California, USA Debashree Mukherjee, New York University, USA Claudia Myers, American University, Washington D.C., USA Margot Nash, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia Eva Novrup Redvall, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Díóg O'Connell, Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Ireland Jennifer O'Connell, University of Groningen, Netherlands Riikka Pennanen, National Audiovisual Institute, Finland Mark Poole, Drama and Documentary Director, Australia María Luisa Prado, Universidad de los Andes, Chile Rianne Pras, University of Groningen, Netherlands Megan Reilly, Print and Internet Journalist/Script Supervisor, USA Vincent Ros, University of Groningen, Netherlands Paolo Russo, Oxford Brookes University, UK Filip ára, Charles University, Czech Republic Johanna Seelbach, University of Groningen, Netherlands Jule Selbo, California State University, Fullerton, USA Juliane Scholz, University of Leipzig, Germany Dorin Schumacher, Independent Scholar, USA Felipe Pruneda Senties, University of Pittsburgh, USA Jamie Sherry, Bangor University, UK Anne Slatton, University of North Carolina, Asheville, USA Alison Smith, University of Liverpool, UK Michael Smith, University of Leeds, UK David Sorfa, University of Edinburgh, UK Tom Stempel, Los Angeles City College, USA Belkis Suárez Faillace, Mount Mercy University, USA Kjell Sundstedt, Author and Screenwriter, Sweden Raija Talvio, Aalto University ELO Film School, Helsinki Alice N?mcová Tejkalová, Charles University, Czech Republic Bridget Tompkins, University of Auckland, New Zealand Tatiana Tursunova-Tlatov, Russian State University of Cinematography (VGIK), Russia Noah Tsika, City University of New York, USA Isabelle Vanderschelden, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Thomas van den Berg, University of Groningen, Netherlands Koen Van Eynde, University of Leuven, Belgium Annelies van Noortwijk, University of Groningen, Netherlands Jaukje van Wonderen, University of Groningen, Netherlands JT Velikovsky University of Western Sydney, Australia Elena Von Kassel Siambani, University of Paris 3 Sorbonne-Nouvelle, France Jeremy B. Warner, Scholar, Film Editor and Film Producer, USA Anna Weinstein, Auburn University, USA Rosanne Welch, California State University, Fullerton, USA Paul Wells, Loughborough University, UK Steven Willemsen, University of Groningen, Netherlands Carl Wilson, The Sheffield College, UK Anubha Yadav, University of Delhi, India Brian Yecies, University of Wollongong, Australia
"Women Screenwriters: An International Guide offers a landmark contribution to the critical appraisal of an emerging field in the scholarship of screenwriting. ... the volume launches an extensive coverage of the subject matter at this moment in time. ... Intended as resource material, the collection achieves its aim as a useful and reliable work of reference, and it will no doubt benefit both a general and specialist readership in the English-speaking world and well beyond." (Jozefina Komporaly, Theater Forschung, theaterforschung.de, May, 2016)
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