Space Girl

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Vid
Title: Space Girl
Creator: Charmax
Date: 30 May 2011
Format: digital vid
Length: 03:54 min
Music: Space Girl - The Imagined Village
Genre:
Fandom: Multifandom/Science Fiction
Footage:
URL: Space Girl (LiveJournal)
Space Girl (YouTube)
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Space Girl is a multifandom vid by Charmax. The vid premiered at Wiscon 2011.

Summary: My momma told me I should never watch Sci-fi but I did, I did, I did.

Source in order of appearance

Raumpatrouille, Lost in Space, The Outer Limits, Doctor Who, The Giant Behemoth Twilight Zone, Attack Of The 50 ft Woman, Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, Avengers, Forbidden Planet, Queen of Outer Space, Space 1999, V, Sapphire and Steel, UFO, Star Trek, Logan's Run, 5th Element, Andromeda, Barbarella, Soylent Green, Star Wars, Blakes 7, Mork And Mindy, Alf, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Starship Troopers, Earth: Final Conflict, Contact, Lexx, Terminator 2, Firefly, Farscape, Torchwood, New Doctor Who, Star Trek: Voyager, SGA, Battlestar Galactica, Babylon 5, Space: Above and Beyond, Aliens, Matrix, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, The X-Files, Crusade, Gattaca, Earth 2

Recs and Reactions

  • "If you only watch one vid, watch the one that opened our Premieres show, Charmax’s “Space Girl”"[1]
  • "I laughed and I cried. That's not hyperbole. I was totally crying by the end. It's just fantastic."[2]
  • "[...] it's a fascinating look at female characters through half a century of sci-fi and how far we've come, and in some cases, how far we haven't."[3]
  • "It's a history of women in science fiction and it is brilliantly executed. It starts off with black and white footage and then makes this seamless transition to colour that is brilliant to watch. [...] The music that its set to is integral to the vid and there are some fantastic sequences in this."[4]
  • "[...] a heartfelt celebration of women in science fiction going back to the 1950s, but it's also a wickedly critical piece of work, showing the problematic roles (and problematic outfits!) women have historically had in sci fi. The song choice is inspired, allowing all sorts of deliciously ironic juxtapositions. Funny, sad, exuberant, saucy."[5]

References

  1. WisCon Vid Party / Space Girl post by skud, 3 June 2011. (Accessed 25 Nov 2011)
  2. Vid Rec: Run don't walk etc. by cesperanza, 30 May 2011. (Accessed 25 Nov 2011)
  3. Vid recs by netgirl-y2k, 2 Oct 2011. (Accessed 25 Nov 2011)
  4. Female Centric Multifandom Vids: Recs and Meta post by kiki-eng, 20 Sep 2011. (Accessed 25 Nov 2011)
  5. Vid Rec: Multi-Fandom by laurashapiro, 30 May 2011. (Accessed 25 Nov 2011)