Beauty and the Dogs: Women’s Revolution in Tunisian Cinema

By Matthew Fullerton. As Hollywood grapples with diversity issues, it is interesting to note how Tunisia, an emergent democracy since its 2011 revolution, has witnessed women filmmakers moving into the forefront of a traditionally male-dominated film industry. Emboldened perhaps by the 2014 Constitution guaranteeing freedom of opinion, thought, and expression, and by international interest in … Continue reading Beauty and the Dogs: Women’s Revolution in Tunisian Cinema