Cara Devito

Cara DeVito received a BA from Beloit College in Wisconsin. She began producing videotapes in 1972 and went on to work on the independent documentary series Changing Channels—produced by University Community Video for KTCA/Minneapolis. Her documentary work—focusing primarily on social and cultural issues—has received a number of awards, including an Emmy. She is best-known for her pioneering feminist portrait of her grandmother, Ama L'uomo Tuo (Always Love Your Man, 1975)—produced at a time when the high incidence of rape and violence against women was first being widely recognized.

Cara Devito