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Directed by Elisabeth Subrin

Part of And Yet She Moves: Reviewing Feminist Cinema

Slipping between past and present as well as fact and fiction, Shulie is a shot-by-shot remake of a 1960s documentary about radical ’70s feminist Shulamith Firestone (The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution) while she was still an art student. The resulting film is a nostalgic and somewhat cynical reflection on the legacy of feminism. 1997, 16mm film transferred to video, 37 minutes.

Please note: On Thursday November 17 the last screening of Shulie for the evening will start at 5 pm.


The series is co-organized by the Walker Art Center and the University of Minnesota.

Copresented by the Arts & Humanities Chair 2011–2013, Moving Image Studies, and the departments of English, German, Scandinavian & Dutch; and Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature at the University of Minnesota. Additional support provided by the Morton Zabel Fund of the Department of English.