In a film by Lorie Anderson, Ms. Anderson celebrates the achievements of early women pioneers of electronic music, like Daphne Oram. Ms. Oram worked for the BBC in the 1940s and began manipulating sounds that were recorded on magnetic tape. Other women pioneers include Delia Deryshire and Wendy Carlos. Ms. Dershire crafted sounds for BBC programs. The most famous being the theme for Dr. Who, which debuted in 1963. Ms. Carlos advised Robert Moog on the design of his first keyboard-based modular synthesizer.
Having premiered at SXSW in 2020, Sisters with Transistors has screened at prestigious U.S. and international festivals, including Sundance and the AFI. It is slated for national release on virtual cinema platforms early this spring.
Having premiered at SXSW in 2020, Sisters with Transistors has screened at prestigious U.S. and international festivals. The festivals included Sundance and the AFI. It is projected to be released nationally on virtual cinema platforms early this spring.
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