Explore Woman Errico, Documentary, and more!

Liliana Cavani, una donna nel cinema  - di Peter Marcias

Liliana Cavani, una donna nel cinema - di Peter Marcias

The Ape Woman (1964) $19.99; aka's: La Donna Scimmia/Le Mari De La Femme A Barbe/A Most Unusual Woman; A man, Antonio Focaccia (played by Ugo Tognazzi), meets a woman Maria (Annie Girardot), who's body is totally covered with hair. Antonio transforms Maria into a marvel to earn a lot of money as a side show attraction and then later marries her. Very strange and bizarre. This film is based on a true story, which is featured in the documentary "Some Call Them Freaks", also available here at…

The Ape Woman (1964) $19.99; aka's: La Donna Scimmia/Le Mari De La Femme A Barbe/A Most Unusual Woman; A man, Antonio Focaccia (played by Ugo Tognazzi), meets a woman Maria (Annie Girardot), who's body is totally covered with hair. Antonio transforms Maria into a marvel to earn a lot of money as a side show attraction and then later marries her. Very strange and bizarre. This film is based on a true story, which is featured in the documentary "Some Call Them Freaks", also available here at…

yemanja This Documentary Celebrates The Women Who Lead Bahia’s Once-Secret Afro-Brazilian Religion

This Documentary Celebrates The Women Who Lead Bahia’s Once-Secret Afro-Brazilian Religion

Eleven and Donna

Right in the feels. My favorite part about this is that the pictures of Donna are from The Office finale. I like to think that Donna changed her name, moved to America, and started working for Dunder Mifflin.

"Every woman has a second act": Donna Neufeld becomes a doctor at 48 via @cbcsunday  University of Manitoba

"Every woman has a second act": Donna Neufeld becomes a doctor at 48 via University of Manitoba

Afro-Brazilian religions struggle against Evangelical hostility

Afro-Brazilian religions struggle against Evangelical hostility

This Documentary Celebrates the Women Who Lead Bahia's Once-Secret Afro-Brazilian Religion

French woman, who had had a baby with an occupying  Nazi soldier, being marched through the streets after being punished by having her head shaved. Chartres, France, 1944. See also: the 1969 documentary “The Sorry and the Pity” (“Le chagrin et la pitié”), by Marcel Ophüls. All four hours of it, completely worth it.

Robert Capa Collaborator woman who had a German soldier’s child, Chartres, 18 August 1944 1944 Gelatin silver print 33 x 49 cm

Werner Herzog's fantastical documentary about Renaissance composer Don Carlo Gesualdo accused of double-murder in 1590.    "On the floor of the bedroom, [officials] found the body of Don Fabrizio Carafa. The officials’ report stated that the Duke was wearing only “a woman’s nightdress with fringes at the bottom, with ruffs of black silk"...[and] Lying on the bed was the body of Donna Maria d’Avalos, the famously alluring wife of Don Carlo Gesualdo..."

Gesualdo: Death For Five Voices ** directed by Werner Herzog

Ελλάς

Family of woman who was eaten alive by a tiger seek compensation

Pinterest
Search