The feminine perspective in the narrative creations
The biggest film award in the world was, in this year of 2019, remarkable. And one of the main reasons why this mark was left in the history of the almost 100 years of the Oscar's existence is due to the undeniable female role. The ceremony, which took place in Los Angeles this February, broke the record for awards won by women, with a total of 15 statuettes, including technical and acting categories. And when we talk about cinema, we are talking about storytelling. Cinema is perhaps, among all artistic forms, the one that most manages to approach its admirer.
The combination of images and sounds has, in its essence, the power to move emotions, modify thoughts, develop sensations whose intensity, in many cases, is as real as situations in our own lives. All of this comes from the way we tell a story. When we speak of a “female perspective Indonesia Mobile Number List we are not referring to a peculiarity, a special power given to women when making cinema, but representation . License aside with the pun in the term, in a world still so stigmatized and with outdated ideals, but still rooted, giving voice (sound, clothing, image, direction) to women points to changes in thought and action, inside and outside the frame.
And this is a movement that goes beyond the borders of cinema, reaching television narratives. The productions led and idealized by Shonda Rhimes are the great (perhaps the greatest) example of the strength of women as author and showrunner. Not only do we have stories with a strong female lead (see Grey's Anatomy), but also black female protagonists, in successful cases like Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder. The presence of women in creative roles gives us different perspectives on reality(s), perspectives with which we have been in contact dissolved in a vision centered on other types of protagonism.