THE ETHOS OF THE AUTEUR AS FATHER OF THE FILM CRAFT – ON MASCULINITY, CREATIVITY AND THE ART OF FILMMAKING

@article{AharoniLir2022THEEO,
  title={THE ETHOS OF THE AUTEUR AS FATHER OF THE FILM CRAFT – ON MASCULINITY, CREATIVITY AND THE ART OF FILMMAKING},
  author={Shlomit Aharoni Lir and Liat Ayalon},
  journal={Creativity Studies},
  year={2022}
}
Research of the world of cinema often deals with the manner in which movies replicate the social balance of power, creating a symbolic order based on an essentially masculine world-view that puts the man at its center. The price women pay for this phallocentric approach – their persistent objectification in cinema, and the very small number of female screenwriters and directors – has become a much-discussed topic in contemporary research. However, the question of the price paid in the male… 
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