An ecofeminist model for wildlife film
Title: An ecofeminist model for wildlife film
Creator: Graziano, Tracy Ann
Description: The most dominant form of wildlife film for broadcast currently upholds a dangerous separation between culture and nature with production practices, editing and film subtext. If wildlife films are to change and incorporate science, they must also relate that science to other discourses to present the subject's greater reality. Wildlife films have a duty to represent their subject fairly, and in that fairness propose a preservation ethic that will serve for many as a stepping-stone to environmental salvation. A look into ecofeminist discourse provides a new methodology for producing wildlife films.
Document Type: Masters
Contributor: Tobias, Ronald (committee chairperson)
Committee Members: Scott Creel, Henri Mann
Department: Media & Theatre Arts
Publisher: Montana State University
Date Created: 2005-05-15
Access Rights: Accessible under copyright for educational purposes.