This 1978 feature by the London Women’s Film Group retells the famous fairy tale four times from four different perspectives: an animated sequence focusing on the imagery of women and the erotic side of the story; a parody of the detective film, which concentrates on the stepmother-daughter relationship between the witch and Rapunzel and also deals with the links made between women and witchcraft during the Middle Ages; a soap-opera melodrama that shows the daughter rebelling against her mother; and a final sequence showing the collective efforts of women to alter their image in fairy tales and myths. On the same program, Red Grooms’s 1978 short, Little Red Riding Hood, a pixilated mixture of animation and live action filmed in Maine and featuring the filmmaker’s daughter Saskia.