A veiled revolution [videorecording] / director, Marilyn Gaunt ; producer, Elizabeth Fernea.
- New York, N.Y. : First Run/Icarus Films [distributor], [199-?].
- Women in the Middle East ; pt. 3
1 videocassette (26 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
- Muslim women -- Egypt -- Conduct of life.
Modesty -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Women -- Egypt -- Social conditions.
- Documentary films.
- English narration with Arabic dialogue and English subtitles.
- System Details:
- "Egyptian women were the first Arab women to march in political demonstrations (1919), the first to take off their veils publicly (1923), and the first to receive free secular education (1924). But today the educated grandaughters of those early Arab feminists are returning to Islamic dress, complete with full face veil and gloves. A veiled revolution considers possible reasons for this turn back to tradition--the resurgence of Islamic fundamentalism, the rejection of western values--as Egyptian women speak out"--Container.
- Camera, Diane Tammes ; editor, Terence Twigg ; music, Ali Jihad Racy.
- VHS release of the 1982 production.
- Gaunt, Marilyn. , Director
Fernea, Elizabeth Warnock. , Producer
First Run/Icarus Films. , Distributor
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