* Rose & Lewin are interested in how the on screen depiction of the witch openly demonises women of a certain:
These films where edited into arbitrary categories (Magic, Bothering Children ETC) along with their soundtrack material.
* Rose & Lewin are interested that, fundamentally, witches spend their time bothering children and enchanting men.
The Inventory of Witchery film generates a play list, derived randomly but following a series of discrete pathways between the categories. This means a film can be between six and seventeen categories long but is always ten minutes in total play length.
* Rose & Lewin want to celebrate cinema by presenting a picture of the witch and how she is represented from the 1920's to 1980's
Each clip in each category is played, if selected, and this means the longer the play list, the shorter the individual clips play.
* Rose & Lewin give you an accelerated tour through sixty years of cinema, focusing on the witch and how she is used as an patsy for sexuality, magic, horror and evil.
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