Protected: THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter Eight

Protected: THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter Eight

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Protected: THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter Six

Protected: THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter Six

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Protected: THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter Three

Protected: THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter Three

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THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter Two

THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter Two

WHAT JENNIFER LYNCH SAW is the second chapter in an eight part exploration of the failure of the American-East Indian co-production of >Hisss (2010), filmmaker Jennifer Lynch’s greatly anticipated third feature film. Despite Lynch’s previous cinematic successes, Hisss, a tale about the Indian snake goddess Nagin, turned into an artistic and box office disaster that derailed its talented director. The making of Hisss and the aftermath for Lynch are the subject of Despite the Gods, an intimate documentary by Penny Vozniak, whose feminist perspective offers rare insight about the troubled production and its outcome.

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THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter One

THE JENNIFER-PENNY CHRONICLES: MAKING HISSS – Chapter One

HOW MANY OBSERVERS DOES IT TAKE TO SEE AN EVENT? is the first installment of an eight part exploration of the failure of the American-East Indian co-production of >Hisss (2010), filmmaker Jennifer Lynch’s greatly anticipated third feature film. Despite Lynch’s previous cinematic successes, Hisss, a tale about the Indian snake goddess Nagin, turned into an artistic and box office disaster that derailed its talented director. The making of Hisss and the aftermath for Lynch are the subject of Despite the Gods, an intimate documentary by Penny Vozniak, whose feminist perspective offers rare insight about the troubled production and its outcome.

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