For this month’s special BFI Experimenta, award-winning camerawoman Susan Stein personally presents a selection of her formally playful, radical experimental films from the 1970s and 80s. Incorporating collage, paint on the celluloid and discursive explorations, G, She Said and Tracks were created at a time of significant change in the way alternative film was made and how production and distribution were organised. Stein also selects other work from the period as a way of honouring women’s voices, and reflecting on what has been possible through the creative manipulation of the image.

Image: Still from Tracks – Susan Stein, UK, 1985-1989. Courtesy of the Artist and Cinenova.

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