Film industry has predominately been the realm of men and there is a lack of women’s voices in the filmmaking business. Laura Mulvey, a renowned feminist scholar, criticised in her article “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema” that movies are always made from the male perspective owing to the shortage of female directors in society and […]
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A profile piece on Joyce Cheng
Joyce Cheng, born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, is a singer, actress and performer in Hong Kong. She is the daughter of the singer/actor Adam Cheng and the late TV host/comedian Lydia Shum from Hong Kong. Her parents got separated when she was eight months old and she was solely raised by her mother. Cheng […]
Discussion on the stereotyped female images portrayed in film—an investigation of the movie “Marry A Rich Man”
In today’s society, gender stereotype is prevalently shown in all walks of life. It is not uncommon to notice that structured sets of beliefs about the personal attributes are being imposed on men and women in our society, reinforcing stereotypical gender roles. (Ashmore & Del Boca, 1979) These beliefs become ideologies, which make gender not […]