- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: Making Films in Hell
Chapter 1The Body as Apparatus: Doris Wishman’s Double Agent 73
Chapter 2The Girls in the Mirror: Women’s Horror Filmmaking and Doris Wishman’s Each Time I Kill
Chapter 3Trans/sexual Negativity and the Ethics of (S)exploitation in Let Me Die a Woman
Chapter 4Hardcore Wishman
Chapter 5Bad Bis Go to Hell: Bisexuality as Transgressive and Lucrative in Doris Wishman’s Roughies
Chapter 6“It’s strange, but it’s wonderful”: Doris Wishman’s Nude on the Moon
Chapter 7Depicting Female Bodies: Doris Wishman, Carolee Schneemann, and Legacies of Subversion
Chapter 8Revolutionization of the EroticScreen: The Films of DorisWishman and Wakamatsu Koji
Chapter 9“You can’t say you’re not gettinga horror film here!”: Authorship,Genre, and the AccidentalAvant-Garde in Doris Wishman’s
Chapter 10My Teenage Cinematic Love Affair with Doris Wishman
- ReFocus: The Films of Doris Wishman
- Joan Hawkins
- Edinburgh University Press
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