Monika Treut  

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Monika Treut (born 1954) is an openly lesbian German filmmaker.

In the mid-1970s she began working with video. She founded Hyena Filmproduktion together with Elfi Mikesch in 1984, and began producing, writing, and directing independent feature films.

She is best known for Seduction: The Cruel Woman, a 1985 German film that explored sadomasochistic sex practices. She also directed Virgin Machine, Female Misbehavior, Gendernauts, the documentary of three Taiwanese women of three generations, "Tigerwomen Grow Wings," and the documentary Didn't Do It For Love, about actress / sex therapist / dominatrix / documentary filmmaker Eva Norvind.

Works

  • "Seduction: The Cruel Woman" (1985)
  • "Virgin Machine"
  • "Female Misbehavior"
  • "Gendernauts" (documentary)
  • "Tigerwomen Grow Wings" (documentary)
  • "Didn't Do It For Love" (documentary)




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