Taylor, Anita. 1987. The National Film Board’s Studio D: Feminists Making FILMS FOR PEACE
Looks at the work and general overview of a particular Women’s Canadian Film studio (Studio D) which makes films for inciting peace. Highlights the importance of film and narratives as a way to spread ideas and inspire people, as well as how film can be a voice for people to affect governments. Most notable is the way the article explores film aesthetics and techniques in peace narratives, as well as documenting the real anti-war/pro-peace stance of a studio.