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References & Bibliography

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Films from the Collection

Film poster for movie Madame Sata. Tagline reads "Hustler. Dreamer. Devil. Saint." Image is of a person in a costume and headdress.

Madame Satã [videorecording] / Video Filmes, Wild Bunch, Lumière, Dominant 7 appresentam ; produzido por Isabel Diegues, Mauricio A. Ramos, Walter Salles ; escritao e dirigido por Karim Aïnouz.

Film image for the move "Badass Supermama." Includes an image of a woman pointing a gun at the camera.

Badass supermama [videorecording] / a video by Etang Inyang ; produced in the Department of Communication, Stanford University.
Film poster for the movie "Tiny & Ruby: Hell Divin' Women." Includes image of a woman playing the trumpet.
Tiny & Ruby [videorecording] : hell divin' women / Jezebel Productions presents a film by Greta Schiller & Andrea Weiss.

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