Lisa Rovner

director of “Sisters with Transistors”

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Filmmaker Lisa Rovner talks about the influence of war on electronic sounds, the innovations wrought by unsung female auteurs, and how synthesizers liberated women from the patriarchal…

‘Sisters with Transistors’: The untold story of how women shaped electronic music as we know it

Filmmaker Lisa Rovner talks about the influence of war on electronic sounds, the innovations wrought by unsung female auteurs, and how synthesizers liberated women from the patriarchal…

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