Published: November 11, 2012
Arts Express: Women Into Packing Heat, in a Girl and a Gun
By Prairie Miller
Arts Express Crime Scenes Edition
Witness: Director David Frankham talks filming in-your-face photojournalists staked out in dangerous conflict zones around the world, and what really went down in Libya beyond media spin. A television series created in collaboration with director Michael Mann.
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A Girl And A Gun: A conversation with filmmaker Cathryne Czubek about her documentary touching on women packing heat lately, and why. And what it all has to do with economic privilege and economic insecurity; J. Edgar Hoover; fetishizing violent women in Hollywood; and why gun sales proliferate when anti-gun possession Democrats are in power.
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Prairie Miller is a NY multimedia journalist online, in print and on radio, and on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express. Read more reviews by Prairie Miller. Contact Prairie through NewsBlaze. Read more stories by Prairie Miller.
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