restricted access Manifesto for a Non-sexist Cinema (Canada, 1974)

Like many aspects of the relationship between 1970s feminism and the New Left, the role of cinema in the struggle for global change was fraught. In the “Manifesto for a Non-sexist Cinema” feminists outline for the at-times-patriarchal New Left just exactly what sexism is, how it is often perpetuated in film production, and how it is intrinsically linked to other forms of discrimination and to liberation movements more generally.