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Analogue Revolution: How Feminist Media Changed the World

Country: Canada, Language: English, 90 mins

  • Director: Marusya Bociurkiw
  • Writer: Marusya Bociurkiw
  • Producer: Eponine Young

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From Halifax to Vancouver, Canadian feminist storytellers of the 1970s to 1990s took hold of cutting-edge media technology to document everything from violence towards women to how to insert a diaphragm.


Analogue Revolution: How Feminist Media Changed the World from Winds of Change Productions on Vimeo.

Cast & Characters

Ella Cooper (as Self)
Sylvia Hamilton (as Self)
Elizabeth Walker (as Self)
Moira Simpson (as Self)
Bonnie Thompson (as Self)
Michelle Wong (as Self)
Kathy Kennedy (as Self)
Shirley Pettifer (as Self)
Sharon Fraser (as Self)
Lida Somchynsky
Marian Penner Bancroft (as Self)
Amelia LaRoche (as Self)
Michelle Brewer (as Self)
Linda Abrahams (as Self)
Grace Channer (as Self)
Jayne Warc (as Self)
Heidi Greco (as Self)
Soledad Amos (as Self)
Karen Hudson (as Self)
Pat Kipping (as Self)
Anne Bishop (as Self)
Marion Quendnau (as Self)
Judy Rebick (as Self)
Kayla Lar-Son (as Self)
Penny Goldsmith (as Self)