Gays, Lesbian, and Transgendered People in Motion Pictures:
A Bibliography of Materials in the UC Berkeley Library












Books
Journal Articles

Articles and Books on Individual directors

Articles and Books on Individual films

Books

Arroyo J.
"Film studies." In: Lesbian and gay studies: a critical introduction / edited by Andy Medhurst and Sally R. Munt. London; Washington: Cassell, 1997.
Main Stack HQ75.15.L43 1997

Babuscio, Jack
"Cinema of camp (aka camp and the gay sensibility)." In: Camp: queer aesthetics and the performing subject: a reader / edited by Fabio Cleto. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan Press, c1999.
Main Stack HQ76.25.C33 1999

Baker, Rob.
"Hollywood silence vs. independent voices." In: The art of AIDS / Rob Baker. New York: Continuum, 1994.
Main Stack NX180.A36.B35 1994
Moffitt NX180.A36.B35 1994

Barale, Michele Aina.
"When Lambs and Aliens Meet: Girl-Faggots and Boy-Dykes Go to the Movies." In: Cross-Purposes: Lesbians, Feminists, and the Limits of Alliance / edited by Dana Heller. pp: 95-106 Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, c1997.
UCB Main HQ75.5 .C76 1997

Barrios, Richard.
Screened out: playing gay in Hollywood from Edison to Stonewall New York: Routledge, 2003.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 B37 2003
Moffitt: PN1995.9.H55 B37 2003

Bartone, Richard C.
"Film Actors: Gay Male." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Bateman, Geoffrey W.
"Pornographic Film and Video: Transsexual." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Becker, Edith.
"Lesbians and Film." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / editedby Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. pp: 25-43.. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. Series title: Series Q.
UCB Main HQ76.2.U5 O98 1995.

Becker, Edith; Michelle Citron; Julia Lesage; and Ruby B Rich (1985)
"Lesbians and Film" In: Jump cut: Hollywood, politics, and counter cinema / edited by Peter Steven. New York, N.Y.: Praeger, 1985.
Main Stack PN1995.9.E96.J81 1985
Moffitt PN1995.9.E96.J8 1985

Behar, Ruth.
"Queer Times in Cuba." In: Bridges to Cuba/Puentes a Cuba. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c1995. pp. 394-415.
Main Stack PS508.C83.B75 1995

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca Louise.
Hollywood androgyny / Rebecca Bell-Metereau. 2nd ed. New York: Columbia University Press, c1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.I43.B45 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.I43.B45 1993
Main Stack PN1995.9.I43.B45 1985 [earlier edition]

Benshoff, Harry M.
Monsters in the Closet: Homosexuality and the Horror Film / Harry M. Benshoff. Manchester [England]; New York: Manchester University Press; New York: Distributed by St. Martin's Press, 1997. Series title: Inside popular film.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.B457 1997
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.H55 B457 1997

Benshoff, Harry M.
Queer images: a history of gay and lesbian film in America Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, c2006.
MOFF: PN1995.9.H55 B44 2006
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0511/2005012348.html

The bent lens: a world guide to gay & lesbian film
Edited by Lisa Daniel & Claire Jackson.Published: Los Angeles: Alyson Books, 2003.
Media Resources Center: PN1995.9.H55 B45 2003
Main Library Reference: PN1995.9.H55 B45 2003; Non-circulating

Bertelli, Pino.
Cinegay: l'omosessualit`a nella lanterna magica Roma: Libreria Croce, [2002]
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 B46 2002

Between the Sheets, in the Streets: Queer, Lesbian, and Gay Documentary
Chris Holmlund and Cynthia Fuchs, editors. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997.
Main Stack P96.D622.U63 1997

Bourne, Stephen.
Brief Encounters: Lesbians and Gays in British Cinema 1930-1971. London; New York: Cassell, 1996.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 B68 1996

Brassart, Alain.
L'homosexualite dans le cinema français Paris : Nouveau monde, 2007.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 B727 2007

Braun, Eric
Frightening the horses : gay icons of the cinema London : Reynolds & Hearn, 2007.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 B73 2007

British queer cinema
Edited by Robin Griffiths. London ; New York: Routledge, 2006. British popular cinema
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.B75 2006
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0519/2005027729.html

Brown, Terry.
"The Butch Femme Fatale." In: The Lesbian Postmodern / edited by Laura Doan. pp: 229-43. New York: Columbia University Press, c1994. Between men--between women
Main Stack PS153.L46.N482 1994

British queer cinema
Edited by Robin Griffiths. London ; New York : Routledge, 2006.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 B75 2006; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0519/2005027729.html

Bryant, Wayne M.
"Bi poly cinema." In: Plural loves: designs for bi and poly living / Serena Anderlini-D'Onofrio, editor. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press, 2004.
Main Stack HQ74.P58 2004

Bryant, Wayne M.
Bisexual characters in film: from Anais to Zee New York: Harrington Park Press, c1997.
MAIN: PN1995.9.B57 B78 1997;

Burns, Ronnie
"Dracula's daughter: cinema, hypnosis, and the erotics of lesbianism."
Lesbian erotics / edited by Karla Jay. New York: New York University Press, 1995. Cutting edge (New York, N.Y.)
Main Stack HQ75.5.L439 1995

Burston, Paul, ed.
Queer Romance: Lesbians, Gay Men and Popular Culture; ed. by Paul Burston London: Routledge, 1995
UCB Main HQ76.25 .Q38 1995

Burston, Paul
What Are You Looking At?: Queer Sex, Style, and Cinema / Paul Burston. London; New York: Cassell, 1995.
UCB Main HQ76.25 .B89 1995

Burt, Richard.
"The Love That Dare Not Speak Shakespeare's Name: New Shakesqueer Cinema." In: Shakespeare, the Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video / edited by Lynda E. Boose, Richard Burt. pp: 240-68. London; New York: Routledge, 1997.
Main Stack PR3093.S545 1997

Butler, Judith.
"Gender Is Burning: Questions of Appropriation and Subversion." In: Feminist Film Theory: A Reader / edited by Sue Thornham. pp 336-49. New York: New York University Press, 1999
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.F465 1999

Cagle, Chris.
"Imaging the Queer South: Southern Lesbian and Gay Documentary." In: Between the Sheets, in the Streets: Queer, Lesbian, Gay Documentary / Chris Holmlund and Cynthia Fuchs, editors. pp: 30-45. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997. Visible evidence; v. 1
Main Stack P96.D622.U63 1997

Cagle, Chris.
"Rough Trade: Sexual Taxonomy in Postwar America." In: RePresenting Bisexualities: Subjects and Cultures of Fluid Desire / edited by Donald E. Hall and Maria Pramaggiore. pp: 234-52. New York: New York University Press, c1996.
UCB Main HQ74 .R46 1996

Cairns, Lucille
Sapphism on screen: lesbian desire in French and Francophone cinema Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, c2006.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 C35 2006

Cante, Rich. Restivo, Angelo.
"The Voice of Pornography: Tracking the Subject Through the Sonic Spaces of Gay Male Moving-Image Pornography." In: Keyframes: popular cinema and cultural studies / edited by Matthew Tinkcom and Amy Villarejo. pp: 207-27. London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S6.K49 2001

Case, Sue-Ellen.
"Toward a Butch-Femme Aesthetic." In: Making a spectacle: feminist essays on contemporary women's theatre / Lynda Hart, editor. pp: 282-299. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c1989. Women and culture series.
Main Stack PS338.W6.M31 1989
Moffitt PS338.W6.M31 1989

Castiglia, Christopher.
"Rebel without a Closet." In: Engendering Men: The Question of Male Feminist Criticism / edited by Joseph A. Boone & Michael Cadden. pp: 207-221. New York: Routledge, 1990.
Main Stack PS152.E49 1990
Moffitt PS152.E49 1990

Clark, Danae (1991)
"Commodity Lesbianism." Camera Obscura 25-26: 180-201;
Also in: The Lesbian and gay studies reader / edited by Henry Abelove, Michele Aina Barale, David M. Halperin. New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack HQ76.25.L48 1993
Moffitt HQ76.25.L48 1993

Clum, John M.
"He's all man": learning masculinity, gayness, and love from American movies / John M. Clum. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave, 2002.
Main Stack PN1995.9.M46.C49 2002

Coffman, Christine E.
Insane passions: lesbianism and psychosis in literature and film Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, c2006.
MAIN: PS228.L47 C64 2006; View current status of this item
Table of contents only http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0617/2006022541.html

Cohan, Steven.
"Cary Grant in the fifties: indiscretions of the bachelor's masquerade." Screen 1992 33: 394-412
UC users only

Cohan, Steven.
Incongruous entertainment: camp, cultural value, and the MGM musical Durham: Duke University Press, 2005.
MAIN: PN1995.9.M86 C59 2005

Collis, Rose
"Screened Out: Lesbians and Television." In: Daring to dissent: lesbian culture from margin to mainstream / edited by Liz Gibbs. London: Cassell, 1994. Women on women.
Main Stack HQ75.5.D37 1994

Coming out to the mainstream : new queer cinema in the 21st century
Edited JoAnne C. Juett and David M. Jones. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars, 2010.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H55 C64 2010

Corber, Robert J.
Homosexuality in Cold War America: Resistance and the Crisis of Masculinity. Durham: Duke University Press, 1997.
UCB Main HQ76.3.U5 C65 1997

Corber, Robert J.
In the Name of National Security: Hitchcock, Homophobia, and the Political Construction of Gender in Postwar America. Durham: Duke University Press, 1993. Series title: New Americanists.
UCB Main PN1998.3.H58 C67 1993
UCB Moffitt PN1998.3.H58 C67 1993

Creed, Barbara.
"The Naked Crunch: Cronenberg's Homoerotic Bodies." In: The Modern Fantastic: the films of David Cronenberg / edited by Michael Grant. pp: 84-101 Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2000.
Main Stack PN1998.3.C75.M63 2000

Davies, Jude and Carol R. Smith.
Gender, Ethnicity and Sexuality in Contemporary American Film / Jude Davies and Carol R. Smith. Edinburgh: Keele University Press, 1997. Series title: BAAS paperbacks.
UCB Main PN1995.9.M64 D38 1997

De Lauretis, Teresa.
The Practice of Love: Lesbian Sexuality and Perverse Desire /Teresa de Lauretis. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1994.
Main Stack HQ75.5.D45 1994

Dickinson, Peter
Screening gender, framing genre: Canadian literature into film Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007.
MAIN: PN1995.3 .D53 2007

Dines, Martin
Gay suburban narratives in American and British culture : homecoming queens / Martin Dines. Basingstoke, UK ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS153.G38 D56 2010
"Martin Dines explores the relationship between the physical and metaphorical spaces of suburbia and the evolution of modern gay identities across a range of British and American film and fiction, looking at the work of Dennis Cooper, Quentin Crisp, Todd Haynes, Christopher Isherwood, Kevin Killian, David Leavitt, Oscar Moore and Edmund White"--Provided by publisher.

Dittmar, Linda.
"Of Hags and Crones: Reclaiming Lesbian Desire for the Trouble Zone of Aging." In: Between the Sheets, in the Streets: Queer, Lesbian, Gay Documentary / Chris Holmlund and Cynthia Fuchs, editors. pp: 71-90. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997. Visible evidence; v. 1
Main Stack P96.D622.U63 1997

Dixon, Wheeler W.
Straight: constructions of heterosexuality in the cinema / Wheeler Winston Dixon. Albany: State University of New York Press, c2003. SUNY series, cultural studies in cinema/video.
Main Stack PN1995.9.M27.D59 2003

D'Lugo, Marvin.
"From Exile to Ethnicity: Nestor Almendros and Orlando Jimemez-Leal's Improper Conduct." In: The Ethnic Eye: Latino Media Arts. Chon A. Noriega and Ana M. Lopez, editors. Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press, c1996. pp: 171-82.
UCB Main PN1995.9.L37.E84 1996

Doan, Laura (ed.)
The Lesbian Postmodern. New York. 1994. xiv, 267 pp. Series title: Between Men-Between Women: Lesbian and Gay Studies.
Main Stack PS153.L46.N482 1994

Doty, Alexander.
Flaming classics: queering the film canon / Alexander Doty. New York: Routledge, 2000.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.D68 2000

Doty, Alexander.
Making Things Perfectly Queer: Interpreting Mass Culture / Alexander Doty. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1993.
UCB Moffitt Moffitt PN1992.8.H64.D68 1993

Doty, Alexander
Flaming classics: queering the film canon New York: Routledge, 2000.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 D68 2000

Doty, Alexander
"Queer theory." In: The Oxford guide to film studies / edited by John Hill and Pamela Church Gibson ; consultant editors, Richard Dyer, E. Ann ... Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
Main Stack PN1995.O93 1998

Drukman, Steven
"The Gay Gaze, or Why I Want my MTV." In: A Queer romance: lesbians, gay men, and popular culture / edited by Paul Burston and Colin Richardson. London ; New York: Routledge, 1995.
Main Stack HQ76.25.Q38 1995

Dudrah, Rajinder Kumar.
"Queer as Desis: secret politics of gender and sexuality in Bollywood Films in diasporic urban ethnoscapes." In: Bollywood: sociology goes to the movies / Rajinder Kumar Dudrah. New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2006.
Main Stack PN1993.5.I8.D83 2006
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip065/2005037855.html

Dyer, David.
"Believing in Fairies: Author and the Homosexual." In: Inside/Out: Lesbian Theories, Gay Theories / edited by Diana Fuss. pp: 185-201. New York: Routledge, 1991.
Main Stack HQ76.25.I58 1991
Moffitt HQ76.25.I58 1991

Dyer, Richard.
The culture of queers / Richard Dyer. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Main Stack HQ76.D9 2002

Dyer, Richard
"Homosexuality and film noir -- Victim: hegemonic project." In: The matter of images: essays on representation 2nd ed. London: Routledge, 2002.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.D93 2002
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 D93 1993 [earlier edition]
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.H55 D93 1993 [earlier edition]

Dyer, Richard.
Now You See It: Studies on Lesbian and Gay Film. London; New York: Routledge, 1990.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55 D94 2003
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 D94 1990 [earlier edition]
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.H55 D94 1990 [earlier edition]

Dyer, Richard.
"Postscript: Queers and Women in Film Noir." In: Women in film noir / edited by E. Ann Kaplan. Rev. and expanded ed. London: British Film Institute, 1998.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.W66 1998

Ehrenstein, David.
Open Secret: Gay Hollywood, 1928-1998 / David Ehrenstein. 1st ed. New York: William Morrow and Co., c1998.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 E47 1998

Erhart, Julia
"Laura Mulvey meets Catherine Tramell meets the She-man: counter-history, reclamation, and incongruity in lesbian, gay, and queer film and media criticism." In: A companion to film theory / edited by Toby Miller and Robert Stam. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004.
GRDS: PN1995 .C626 1999
MAIN: PN1995 .C626 1999
Moffitt PN1995.C624 2004

Evans, Caroline and Gamman, Lorraine
"The gaze revisited, or reviewing queer viewing." In: A Queer romance: lesbians, gay men, and popular culture / edited by Paul Burston and Colin Richardson. London ; New York: Routledge, 1995.
Main Stack HQ76.25.Q38 1995

Fabulous! the story of queer cinema [video]
An overview of the history of gay and lesbian cinema, from Kenneth Anger's pioneering Fireworks (1947) to Ang Lee's Brokeback mountain (2005). Packed with interviews and an array of film clips from the genre, this documentary celebrates more than half a century of queer independent filmmaking. 2005. 82 min.
Media Center DVD 6633

Feng, Peter X.
" We're queer! We're where? Locating transgressive films." In: Identities in motion: Asian American film and video / Peter X Feng. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, c2002.
Main Stack PN1995.9.A77.F46 2002
Asian Amer PN1995.9.A77.F46 2002

Florence, Penny
"Lesbian cinema, women's cinema." In: Outwrite: lesbianism and popular culture / edited by Gabriele Griffin. London ; Boulder, Colo.: Pluto Press, 1993.
Main Stack PS153.L46.O94 1993
Moffitt PS153.L46.O94 1993

Foster, David William.
Queer issues in contemporary Latin American cinema / Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 F67 2003

Foster, David William.
Sexual Textualities: Essays on Queer/ing Latin American Writing / by David William Foster. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1997. Series title: The Texas Pan American series.
UCB Main PQ7081 .F635 1997

Friedman, Jonathan C.
Rainbow Jews : Jewish and gay identity in the performing arts Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, c2007.
MAIN: PN1590.G39 F75 2007
Table of contents only http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip076/2006100110.html

Fung, Richard.
"Looking for My Penis: The Eroticized Asian in Gay Video Porn." In: How do I look?: queer film and video / edited by the Bad Object-Choices. Seattle: Bay Press, 1991.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.H69 1991
Moffitt PN1995.9.H55.H69 1991

Fung, Richard.
"Shortcomings: Questions about Pornography as Pedagogy." In: Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video / editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. pp:355-67. New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993

Fung, Richard.
"We're queer! We're where? Locating transgressive films." In: Identities in motion: Asian American film and video / Peter X Feng. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, c2002.
Main Stack PN1995.9.A77.F46 2002
Asian Amer PN1995.9.A77.F46 2002

Gamson, Joshua.
"The Organizational Shaping of Collective Identity: The Case of Lesbian and Gay Film Festivals in New York." In: A Queer World: The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader / edited by Martin Duberman. pp. 526-43. New York: New York University Press, [1997]
Main Stack HQ76.Q44 1997

Gays and Film
Edited by Richard Dyer. Rev. ed. New York: New York Zoetrope, c1984.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 G31 1984
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.H55 G3 1984

Gay signatures: gay and lesbian theory, fiction and film in France, 1945-1995
Edited by Owen Heathcote, Alex Hughes et al. Oxford, UK; New York: Berg, 1998. Berg French studies. French studies series.
Main Stack PQ307.H6.G39 1998

Gerstner, David A.
"The Queer Frontier: Vincente Minnelli's Cabin in the Sky." In: Manly arts: masculinity and nation in early American cinema / David A. Gerstner. Durham: Duke University Press, 2006.
Main Stack PN1995.9.M46.G47 2006
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip061/2005028221.html

Ghosh, Shohini.
"Bollywood cinema and queer sexualities." In: Queer theory : law, culture, empire / edited by Robert Leckey and Kim Brooks. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2010.
Main (Gardner) Stacks New books K3242.3 .Q44 2010

Ghosh, Shohini.
"Queer pleasures for queer people: film, television, and queer sexuality in India." In: Queering India: same-sex love and eroticism in Indian culture and society / edited by Ruth Vanita. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Anthropology HQ76.2.I4.Q84 2002
Main Stack HQ76.2.I4.Q84 2002

The good, the bad and the gorgeous: popular culture's romance with lesbianism
Edited by Diane Hamer and Belinda Budge. London: Pandora, 1994.
Main Stack HQ75.5.G66 1994
Contents: Crossover dreams: lesbianism and popular music since the 1970's /Arlene Stein --Queer love affair?: Madonna and lesbian and gay culture /Sonya Andermahr --She thinks I still care: lesbians and country music /Rosa Ainley and Sarah Cooper --Netting the press: playing with Martina /Diane Hamer --Girls who kiss girls and who cares? /Sue O'Sullivan --'Cop it sweet': lesbian crime fiction /Gillian Whitlock --Making a drama out of a difference: Portrait of a Marriage /Jenny Harding --Gorgeous lesbian in LA Law: the present absence? / Rosanne Kennedy --From string of knots to orange box: lesbianism on prime time /Margaret Marshment and Julia Hallam --OUT: reflections on British television's first lesbian and gay magazine series /Diane Hamer with Penny Ashbrook --Pussy galore: lesbian images and lesbian desire in the popular cinema /Yvonne Tasker --Fostering the illusion: stepping out with Jodie /Clare Whatling --Looking lesbian: amazons and aliens in science fiction cinema /Paula Graham --Basic Instinct: damning dykes /Angela Galvin

Gopinath, Gayatri
"Bollywood/Hollywood: queer cinematic representation and the perils of translation." In: Impossible desires: queer diasporas and South Asian public cultures. Durham: Duke University Press, 2005.
MAIN: HQ76.25 .G67 2005
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip053/2004027163.html

Gopinath, Gayatri
Impossible desires: queer diasporas and South Asian public cultures Durham: Duke University Press, 2005.
MAIN: HQ76.25 .G67 2005
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip053/2004027163.html

Graham, Paula.
Immortal, invisible: lesbians and the moving image / edited by Tamsin Wilton. London; New York: Routledge, 1995.
UCB Main PN1995.9.L48 I45 1995
UCB Main PN1995.9.L48 I45 1995

Graham, Paula
"Looking lesbian: amazons and aliens in science fiction cinema." In: The good, the bad and the gorgeous: popular culture's romance with lesbianism / edited by Diane Hamer and Belinda Budge. London: Pandora, 1994.
Main Stack HQ75.5.G66 1994

Green, Douglas E.
"Shakespeare, Branagh, and the "queer traitor": close encounters in the Shakespearean classroom." In: The reel Shakespeare: alternative cinema and theory / edited by Lisa S. Starks and Courtney Lehmann. Madison [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London ; Cranbury, N.J.: Associated University Presses, c2002.
Main Stack PR3093.R44 2002

Griffin, Sean.
Tinker Belles and evil queens: the Walt Disney Company from the inside out. New York: New York University Press, c2000.
Bus & Econ PN1999.W27 G75 2000
Moffitt PN1999.W27 G75 2000

Griffiths, Robin. Queer cinema in Europe / Robin Griffiths. Bristol, UK ; Chicago : Intellect Books, 2008.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H55 G75 2008

Gross, Robert.
"Hollywood as Inspiration for the Stage: The Gay Playwrights' Perspective." In: Hollywood on Stage: Playwrights Evaluate the Culture Industry / edited by Kimball King. pp: 212-15. New York: Garland Pub., 1997. Studies in modern drama.
Main Stack PS338.M67.H65 1997

Grossman, Andrew.
"Film Sissies." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Gunn, Drewey Wayne
The gay male sleuth in print and film: a history and annotated bibliography Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2005.
MAIN: PS374.D4 A12 G86 2005
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0510/2005009033.html

Gutierrez-Albilla, Julian Daniel.
Queering Buñuel : sexual dissidence and pyschoanalysis in his Mexican and Spanish cinema London ; New York : Tauris Academic Studies, 2008.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 G88 2008

Hadleigh, Boze.
The Lavender Screen: The Gay and Lesbian Films: Their Stars, Makers, Characters, and Critics. Secaucus, N.J.: Carol Pub. Group, c1993.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 H34 1993
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.H55 H34 1993

Halberstam, Judith
Female Masculinity / Judith Halberstam. Durham, NC: Duke UniversityPress, 1998.
UCB Main HQ75.5 .H33 1998

Halberstam, Judith
"Imagined violence/queer violence: representations of rage and resistance." In: Reel knockouts: violent women in the movies / edited by Martha McCaughey and Neal King. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2001.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.R454 2001

Halberstam, Judith
In a queer time and place: transgender bodies, subcultural lives New York: New York University Press, c2005.
MAIN: HQ75.5 .H335 2005; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0422/2004018151.html

Halle, Randall
"Unification horror: queer desire and uncanny visions." In: Light motives: German popular film in perspective / edited by Randall Halle and Margaret McCarthy. Detroit, Mich.: Wayne State University Press, c2003. Contemporary film and television series.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G3.L54 2003

Han, Judy with Morohoshi, Marie K. and Ju Hui
"Creating, curating, and consuming queer Asian American cinema: an interview with Marie K. Morohoshi." In: Q & A: queer in Asian America / edited by David L. Eng and Alice Y. Hom. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1998. Asian American history and culture.
Main Stack HQ76.3.U5.Q18 1998
Morrison Rm HQ76.3.U5.Q18 1998
Asian Amer HQ76.3.U5.Q18 1998

Hankin, Kelly.
The girls in the back room: looking at the lesbian bar Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2002.
MAIN: PN1995.9.L48 H26 2002

Harris, Daniel
"Evolution of gay pornography film." In: The rise and fall of gay culture / Daniel Harris. 1st ed. New York: Hyperion, c1997.
Main Stack HQ76.2.U5.H347 1997

Hart, Lynda
Fatal Women: Lesbian Sexuality and the Mark of Aggression / Lynda Hart. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1994.
UCB Main PN1995.9.L48.H27 1994
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.L48.H27 1994

Hays, Matthew
The view from here : conversations with gay and lesbian filmmakers Vancouver : Arsenal Pulp Press, c2007.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 H39 2007; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0801/2007408754.html

Hernandez, Robb
"A window into a life uncloseted: "spice boy" imaginings in new queer cinema." In: Mixed race Hollywood / edited by Mary Beltrán and Camilla Fojas. New York : New York University Press, c2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.R23 M59 2008

Hernandez, Santiago Fouz; Perriam, Chris.
"Beyond Almodovar: 'Homosexuality' in Spanish Cinema of the 1990s." In: Territories of desire in queer culture: refiguring contemporary boundaries / edited by David Alderson and Linda Anderson. pp: 96-111. Manchester, U.K.; New York: Manchester University Press: Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Main Stack HQ76.25.T477 2000

Hetze, Stefanie
Happy-ending fur Wen?: Kino und Lesbische Frauen.Frankfurt/M.: Tende, 1986.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 H47 1986

Hollinger, Karen.
"The Erotic Female Friendship Film: Lesbianism in the Mainstream." In: In the company of women : contemporary female friendship films / Karen Hollinger. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1998.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.W6 H66 1998

Homosexuality and homosexuals in the arts
Edited with introductions by Wayne R. Dynes and Stephen Donaldson. New York: Garland, 1992. Studies in homosexuality ; v. 4
Main Stack NX650.H6.H66 1992

Hoogland, Renee C
Lesbian Configurations. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997.
Main Stack PN56.L45 H66 1997

Horrigan, Patrick E.
Widescreen dreams: growing up gay at the movies / Patrick E. Horrigan. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, c1999. Living out
Moffitt HQ75.8.H67.A3 1999

How Do I Look?: Queer Film and Video.
Edited by Bad Object-Choices. Seattle: Bay Press, 1991.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 H69 1991

Howes, Keith.
Broadcasting It: An Encyclopaedia of Homosexuality in Film, Radio and TV in the UK, 1923-1993. London; New York, NY: Cassell, 1993.
NRLF B 4 003 897

Immortal, Invisible: Lesbians and the Moving Image
Edited by Tamsin Wilton. London; New York: Routledge, 1995.
UCB Main PN1995.9.L48 I45 1995

Jackson, Earl
Strategies of Deviance: Studies in Gay Male Representation. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995.
UCB users only
UCB Main HQ76 .J3 1995

Jenkins, Henry
""He's in the closet but he's not gay"" In: Pornography: film and culture / edited and with an introduction by Peter Lehman. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c2006.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S45.P665 2006

Jenkins, Henry
"'Out of the closet and into the universe': queers and Star Trek." In: The audience studies reader / edited by Will Brooker and Deborah Jermyn. London ; New York: Routledge, 2003.
Main Stack PN1995.9.A8.A93 2003

Johnson, Barbara
"Lesbian spectacles: reading Sula, Passing, Thelma and Louise, and The accused." In: Media spectacles / edited by Marjorie Garber, Jann Matlock & Rebecca L. Walkowitz. New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack P92.U5.M444 1993
Moffitt P92.U5.M444 1993

Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter Cinema.
Edited by Peter Steven. New York, NY: Praeger, 1985.
UCB Main PN1995.9.E96 J81 1985
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.E96 J8 1985

Kabir, Shameem
Daughters of Desire: Lesbian Representations in Film / Shameem Kabir. London; Washington [DC]: Cassell, 1998.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L48.K23 1998

Keller, James R.
Queer (un)friendly film and television / by James R. Keller. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, c2002.
Moffitt PN1995.9.H55.K45 2002
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 K45 2002

Kiss, Robert
"Queer traditions in German cinema." In: The German cinema book / edited by Tim Bergfelder, Erica Carter and Deniz Gokturk. London: BFI Pub., 2002.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G3.G47 2002
PFA PN1993.5.G3.G468 2002 Pacific Film Archive collection; non-circulating

Kramer, Gary M.
Independent queer cinema: reviews and interviews New York: Harrington Park Press, c2006. Location(s):
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Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0519/2005027587.html

Kraus, Carolyn.
Film Sissies." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Kuzniar, Alice A.
The Queer German Cinema / Alice A. Kuzniar. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, c2000.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.K89 2000

La Bruce, Bruce.
"Pee Wee Herman: The Homosexual Subtext." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. pp: 382-88. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. Series title: Series Q.
UCB Main HQ76.2.U5 O98 1995

Lang, Robert
Masculine interests: homoerotics in Hollywood films New York: Columbia University Press, c2002.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 L37 2002;

VIDEO
Lavender Limelight Lesbians in Film. New York, NY: First Run Features, 1997. 57 min.
Media Resources Center, DVD 3615; vhs Video/C 5431

Levy, Emanuel
"The new gay and lesbian cinema." In: Cinema of outsiders: the rise of American independent film / Emanuel Levy. New York: New York University Press, c1999.
Main Stack PN1995.9.E96.L43 1999

Lim, Song Hwee
CCelluloid comrades: representations of male homosexuality in contemporary Chinese cinemas Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, c2006.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 L56 2006
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0612/2006012837.html

Lugowski, David M.
""A treatise on decay" : liberal and leftist critics and their queer readings of Depression-era U.S. film." In: Looking past the screen : case studies in American film history and method / edited by Jon Lewis and Eric Smoodin. Durham : Duke University Press, 2007.
Main Stack PN1993.5.U6.L58 2007

Melero Salvador, Alejandro.
Placeres ocultos : gays y lesbianas en el cine español de la transición / Alejandro Melero Salvado Madrid : Notorious ; [Cáceres, Spain] : Fundación ReBross, c2010.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H55 M45 2010

Malagreca, Miguel
"Inversion, Defiance and Genderqueer Activism in Italian Film." In: Queer Italy : contexts, antecedents and representation New York : Peter Lang, c2007.
MAIN: HQ76.2.I8 M35 2007
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0617/2006022883.html

Martin, Fran
Situating sexualities: queer representation in Taiwanese fiction, film and public culture Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2003.
MAIN: HQ76.16.T34 M37 2003

Masculinity: bodies, movies, culture
Edited by Peter Lehman. New York: Routledge, 2001. AFI film readers.
Main Stack PN1995.9.M46.M34 2001

Mayne, Judith.
Framed: lesbians, feminists, and media culture / Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2000.
UCB Main PN1995.9.W6 M359 2000

Mayne, Judith.
"A Parallax View of Lesbian Authorship." In: Feminisms in the Cinema / edited by Laura Pietropaolo and Ada Testaferri. pp: 195-205. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1995.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.F455 1995
Also in: Film and authorship / edited and with an introduction by Virginia Wright Wexman. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c2003. Rutgers depth of field series.
Main Stack PN1995.9.A837.F55 2003

Mayne, Judith.
"Screening Lesbians." In: The New Lesbian Studies: Into the Twenty-First Century / edited by Bonnie Zimmerman and Toni A. H. McNaron. pp: 165-71. 1st ed. New York: Feminist Press at The City University of New York, 1996.
Main Stack HQ75.15.L47 1996
Moffitt HQ75.15.L47 1996

Mennel, Barbara Caroline.
The representation of masochism and queer desire in film and literature New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
MAIN: PN1995.9.M38 M46 2007
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0714/2007060041-t.html

Merck, Mandy.
Perversions: deviant readings / by Mandy Merck. New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack HQ71.M45 1993

Mimura, Glen M.
"Diaspora sexualities : Asian American queer video in the world system." In: Ghostlife of third cinema : Asian American film and video / Glen M. Mimura. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2009.
Asian American Studies PN1995.9.A77 M56 2009
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Moon, Michael.
A Small Boy and Others: Imitation and Initiation in American Culture From Henry James to Andy Warhol. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 1998.
Main Stack HQ76.25 .M66 1998

Moriel, Liora.
"Erasure and Taboo: A Queer Reading of Bonnie and Clyde." In: Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde / edited by Lester D. Friedman. pp: 148-76 Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. Cambridge film handbooks series.
Main Stack PN1997.B6797 2000

Morris, Bonnie J.
Girl reel: a lesbian remembers growing up at the movies: memoir Minneapolis: Coffee House Press; St. Paul, MN: Distributor, Consortium Book Sales, 2000.
PN1995.9.L48 M67 2000

Morris, Gary.
Film Noir." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Morris, Gary.
Film Sissies." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Muraleedharan T.
"Queer bonds: male friendships in contemporary Malayalam cinema." In: Queering India: same-sex love and eroticism in Indian culture and society / edited by Ruth Vanita. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Anthropology HQ76.2.I4.Q84 2002
Main Stack HQ76.2.I4.Q84 2002

Murray, Raymond.
Images in the Dark: An Encyclopedia of Gay and Lesbian Film and Video. Philadelphia: TLA Publications, c1994 (1995 printing).
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 M87 1994

Murray, Timothy.
Like a Film: Ideological Fantasy on Screen, Camera, and Canvas. London; New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main PN1995.25 .M87 1993

Nataf, Z. Isiling
"Black lesbian spectatorship and pleasure in popular cinema." In: A Queer romance: lesbians, gay men, and popular culture / edited by Paul Burston and Colin Richardson. London ; New York: Routledge, 1995.
Main Stack HQ76.25.Q38 1995

Negron-Muntaner, Frances.
"Drama Queens: Latino Gay and Lesbian Independent Film/Video." In: The Ethnic Eye: Latino Media Arts. Chon A. Noriega and Ana M.Lopez, editors.Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press, c1996. pp: 59-78
UCB Main PN1995.9.L37.E84 1996

New queer cinema: a critical reader
Ddited by Michele Aaron. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2004.
New queer cinema: an introduction / Michele Aaron -- New queer cinema / B. Ruby Rich -- AIDS and new queer cinema / Monica B. Pearl -- The characteristics of new queer filmmaking: case study - Todd Haynes / Michael DeAngelis -- Camp and queer and the new queer director: case study - Gregg Araki / Glyn Davis -- Art cinema and murderous lesbians / Anneke Smelik -- New queer cinema and experimental video / Julianne Pidduck -- New queer cinema and lesbian films / Anat Pick -- New queer cinema: spectacle, race, utopia / Daniel T. Contreras -- New black queer cinema / Louise Wallenberg -- Nationality and new queer cinema: Australian film / Ros Jennings and Loykie Lomine -- New queer cinema and third cinema / Helen Hok-Sze Leung -- Reception of a queer mainstream film / Harry M. Benshoff -- The new queer spectator / Michele Aaron.
GRDS: PN1995.9.H55 N48 2004
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Newman,-David.
"What's It Really All About? Pictures at an Exhibition." In: Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde / edited by Lester D. Friedman. pp: 32-69 Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. Cambridge film handbooks series.

Oishi, Eve
"Bad Asians: new film and video by queer Asian American artists." In: Countervisions: Asian American film criticism / edited by Darrell Y. Hamamoto and Sandra Liu. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2000. Asian American history and culture.
Main Stack PN1995.9.A78.C68 2000
Asian Amer PN1995.9.A78.C68 2000

Olson, Jenni.
The queer movie poster book. San Francisco, Calif.: Chronicle Books, c2004.
PFA: PN1995.9.P5 O47 2004

Olson, Jenni.
The Ultimate Guide to Lesbian & Gay Film and Video. New York: Serpent's Tail, 1996.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55 U49 1996

Ongiri, Amy Abugo.
"We Are Family: Miscegenation, Black Nationalism, Black Masculinity, and Black Gay Cultural Imagination." In: Race-ing Representation: Voice, History, and Sexuality / [edited by] Kostas Myrsiades and Linda Myrsiades. pp: 231-46. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c1998. Culture and education series
Main Stack PS153.N5.R28 1998

Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture
Edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995.
UCB Main HQ76.2.U5.O98 1995

Out Takes: Essays on Queer Theory and Film
Edited by Ellis Hanson. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1999. Series title: Series Q.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 O88 1999

Parish, James Robert.
Gays and Lesbians in Mainstream Cinema: Plots, Critiques, Casts and Credits for 272 Theatrical and Made-for-television Hollywood Releases. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., c1993.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 P37 1993
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.H55 P37 1993

Parmar, Pratibha.
"That Moment of Emergence." In: Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video / editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. pp: 3-11. New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993

Parkerson, Michelle.
"Birth of a Notion: Towards Black Gay and Lesbian Imagery in Film and Video." In: Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video / editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. pp: 234-37. New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993

Pettitt, Lance.
"Pigs and Provos, Prostitutes and Prejudice: Gay Representation in Irish Film, 1984-1995." In: Sex, Nation, and Dissent in Irish Writing / edited by Eibhear Walshe. pp: 252-84. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997.
Main Stack PR8734.G39.S49 1997

Philbert, Bertrand.
L'homosexualite a l'Ecran. Paris: H. Veyrier, c1984.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 P481 1984

Price, Theodore
Hitchcock and Homosexuality: His 50-year Obsession with Jack the Ripper and the Superbitch Prostitute: A Psychoanalytic View. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1992.
UCB Main PN1998.3.H58 P75 1992
UCB Moffitt PN1998.3.H58 P75 1992

Pullen, Christopher >Documenting gay men : identity and performance in reality television and documentary film Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c2007.
MAIN: HQ76.2.U5 P85 2007
Table of contents only http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip075/2006038029.html

Queer Asian cinema: shadows in the shade / Andrew Grossman, editor. New York: Harrington Park Press, c2000.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.Q39 2000

>Queer cinema : the film reader

Edited by Harry M. Benshoff and Sean Griffin. New York : Routledge, 2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H55 Q397 2004

The queer encyclopedia of film & television
Claude J. Summers, Editor. San Francisco: Cleis Press, c2005.
Media Center: PN1590.G39 Q44 2005
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0515/2005015928.html

Queer Italia: same-sex desire in Italian literature and film
Edited by Gary P. Cestaro. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
MAIN: PQ4028 .Q44 2004
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/hol041/2003066427.html

Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video
Editors, Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. New York: Routledge, 1993.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 Q4 1993
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.H55 Q4 1993

Queer popular culture : literature, media, film, and television
Edited by Thomas Peele. New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
MAIN: PN1992.8.H64 Q44 2007
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0709/2007060035-t.html

A Queer romance: lesbians, gay men, and popular culture
Edited by Paul Burston and Colin Richardson. London ; New York: Routledge, 1995.
Main Stack HQ76.25.Q38 1995
The gaze revisited, or reviewing queer viewing / Caroline Evans, Lorraine Gamman -- Black lesbian spectatorship and pleasure in popular cinema / Z. Isiling Nataf -- The gay gaze, or why I want my MTV / Steven Drukman -- La Belle Dame Sans Merci? / Tanya Krzywinska -- Just a gigolo? Narcissism, nellyism and the ?new man' theme -- The transgressive sexual subject / Cherry Smyth -- We're here, we're queer and we're not going catalogue shopping / Gregory Woods --Monika Treut: an outlaw at home / Colin Richardson -- The wild, wild world of fanzines: notes from a reluctant pornographer / Bruce LaBruce -- ?By women, for women and about women' rules OK? The impossibility of visual soliloquy / Anna Marie Smith -- TVOD: the never-bending story / Colin Richardson.

Queer screen : a Screen reader
Edited by Jackie Stacey and Sarah Street. London ; New York : Routledge, 2007.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 Q47 2007
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0710/2007005422.html

Queer Words, Queer Images: Communication and the Construction of Homosexuality
Edited by R. Jeffrey Ringer. New York: New York University Press, c1994.
UCB Main HQ76.3.U5 Q44 1994
UCB Moffitt HQ76.3.U5 Q44 1994

Rainer, Yvonne.
" Working Round the L-Word." In: Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video /editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. pp:12-20. New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993

Rees-Roberts, Nick.
French queer cinema / Nick Rees-Roberts. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, c2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H55 R44 2008

Restuccia, Frances L.
Amorous acts: Lacanian ethics in modernism, film, and queer theory Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2006.
ED-P: BF175.5.L68 R47 2006; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0611/2006011303.html

Reuter, Donald F.
Fabulous!: a loving, luscious and lighthearted look at film from the gay perspective New York: Broadway Books, 2004.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 R48 2004;

Robertson, Pamela.
Guilty Pleasures: Feminist Camp From Mae West to Madonna / Pamela Robertson. Durham: Duke University Press, 1996.
UCB Main PN1995.9.W6 R52 1996
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.W6 R52 1996

Robertson, Pamela.
"Feminist camp in Gold diggers of 1933." In: Hollywood musicals, the film reader / edited by Steven Cohan. London ; New York: Routledge, 2002. In focus--Routledge film readers.
Music ML2075.H65 2002

Routledge international encyclopedia of queer culture
Edited by David A. Gerstner. London ; New York: Routledge, 2006.
Includes major entries concerning queer cinema.
Doe Refe HQ76.96.R68 2006

Russo, Vito.
The Celluloid Closet: Homosexuality in the MoviesRev. ed. New York: Harper & Row, c1987.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 R8 1981
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.H55 R8 1981

Saunders, Michael William
Imps of the Perverse: Gay Monsters in Film. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1998.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55.S28 1998

Sikov, Ed.
"Laughing Hysterically: Sex, Repression, and American Film Comedy." In: Queer Representations: Reading Lives, Reading Cultures: A Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies Book / edited by Martin Duberman. pp: 85-104. New York: New York University Press, c1997.
Main Stack NX650.H6.Q43 1997

Smelik, Anneke
"Gay and lesbian criticism." In: The Oxford guide to film studies / edited by John Hill and Pamela Church Gibson ; consultant editors, Richard Dyer, et al. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
Main Stack PN1995.O93 1998

Smyth, Cherry
"Beyond queer cinema: it's in her kiss." In: Daring to dissent: lesbian culture from margin to mainstream / edited by Liz Gibbs. London: Cassell, 1994. Women on women.
Main Stack HQ75.5.D37 1994

Smith, Paul Julian.
Laws of Desire: Questions of Homosexuality in Spanish Writing and Film,1960-1990. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.
UCB Main PQ6073.H65 S45 1992
UCB Moffitt PQ6073.H65 S45 1992

Somerville, Siobhan B.
Queering the color line: race and the invention of homosexuality in American culture Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 2000.
Main Stack HQ1075.5.U6 S65 2000

Steinberg, Shirley R.
Appropriating Queerness: Hollywood Sanitation." In: Queer theory in education / edited by William F. Pinar. Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1998.
Main Stack LC192.6.Q84 1998

Stevens, Kyle
"What a difference a gay makes: marriage in the 1990s romantic comedy." In: Falling in love again : romantic comedy in contemporary cinema / edited by Stacey Abbott & Deborah Jermyn. London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the USA by Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.L6 F35 2009

Straayer, Chris.
Deviant Eyes, Deviant Bodies: Sexual Re-orientations in Film and Video / Chris Straayer. New York: Columbia University Press, c1996. Series title: Film and culture. Series title: Between men--between women.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 S77 1996

Straayer, Chris.
"The Hypothetical Lesbian Heroine in Narrative Feature Film." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. pp: 44-59. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. Series title: Series Q.
UCB Main HQ76.2.U5 O98 1995

Straayer, Chris.
"The Talented Poststructuralist: Heteromasculinity, Gay Artifice, and Class Passing." In: Masculinity: bodies, movies, culture / edited by Peter Lehman. pp: 115-32. New York: Routledge, 2001. AFI film readers.
Main Stack PN1995.9.M46.M34 2001

Streitmatter, Rodger.
From "perverts" to "fab five" : the media's changing depiction of gay men and lesbians New York : Routledge, 2009.
MAIN: HQ76.2.U5 S87 2009

Stuart, Jamie L.
Performing queer female identity on screen : a critical analysis of five recent films / Jamie Stuart. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.L48 S74 2008
"This work examines and critiques the prevalence of "performance spaces" for lesbian identities in films, evaluating how queer femaleness is signified on the screen in contemporary cinema. It studies five films, the women perform their femaleness and their queerness both offstage and on, creating a new kind of female filmic spectacle"--Provided by publisher.

Studlar, Gay Lynn.
This Mad Masquerade: Stardom and Masculinity in the Jazz Age / Gaylyn Studlar. New York: Columbia University Press, c1996.
UCB Main PN1995.9.M46 S78 1996

Suarez, Juan Antonio.
Bike Boys, Drag Queens, & Superstars: Avant-Garde, Mass Culture, and Gay Identities in the 1960s Underground Cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1996.
Main Stack PN1995.9.E96.S82 1996
Moffitt PN1995.9.E96.S82 1996

Tasker, Yvonne
"Pussy galore: lesbian images and lesbian desire in the popular cinema." In: The good, the bad and the gorgeous: popular culture's romance with lesbianism / edited by Diane Hamer and Belinda Budge. London: Pandora, 1994.
Main Stack HQ75.5.G66 1994

Tinkcom, Matthew
""Working like a homosexual", camp visual codes and the labor of gay subjects in the MGM Freed Unit." In: Hollywood musicals, the film reader / edited by Steven Cohan. London ; New York: Routledge, 2002. In focus--Routledge film readers.
Music ML2075.H65 2002

Rich, B. Ruby.
"Homo Pomo: The New Queer Cinema." In: Women and Film: A Sight and Sound Reader. / edited by Pam Cook and Philip Dodd. pp: 164-75. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993. Culture and the moving image
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.W63 1993
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Streitmatter, Rodger.
From "perverts" to "fab five" : the media's changing depiction of gay men and lesbians / Rodger Streitmatter. New York : Routledge, 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks HQ76.2.U5 S87 2009

Tasker, Yvonne
"Images and lesbian desire in the popular cinema." In: The good, the bad and the gorgeous: popular culture's romance with lesbianism / edited by Diane Hamer and Belinda Budge. London: Pandora, 1994.
Main Stack HQ75.5.G66 1994

Taubin, Amy.
"Queer Male Cinema and Feminism." In: Women and Film: A Sight and Sound Reader. / edited by Pam Cook and Philip Dodd. pp: 176-79. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993. Culture and the moving image
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.W63 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.W6.W63 1993

Theophano, Teresa
"Film Actors: Lesbian." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Theophano, Teresa
"Pornographic Film and Video: Lesbian ." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Thomas, Joe A.
"Pornographic Film and Video: Bisexual." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Thomas, Joe A.
"Pornographic Film and Video: Gay Male." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Thomas, Joe A.
"Porn Stars." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Tinkcom, Matthew
Working like a homosexual: camp, capital, cinema / Matthew Tinkcom. Durham: Duke University Press, 2002. Series Q.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.T56 2002

Tyler, Parker.
Screening the Sexes: Homosexuality in the Movies. New foreword by Andrew Sarris; new afterword by Charles Boultenhouse. New York: Da Capo Press, 1993.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 T9 1993

The Ultimate Guide to Lesbian & Gay Film and Video
Edited by Jenni Olson. New York: Serpent's Tail, 1996.
UCB Info Ctr PN1995.9.H55 U49 1996
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 U49 1996

Van Leer, David.
The Queening of America: Gay Culture in Straight Society. New York: Routledge, 1995.
UCB Main PS153.G38 V36 1995
UCB Moffitt PS153.G38 V36 1995

Van Leer, David.
"Visible silence: spectatorship in Black gay and lesbian film." In: Representing Blackness: issues in film and video / edited with an introduction by Valerie Smith. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c1997. Rutgers depth of field series.
Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.R47 1997
Moffitt PN1995.9.N4.R47 1997

Vanita, Ruth
"Dosti and Tamanna: male-male love, difference, and normativity in Hindi cinema." In: Everyday life in South Asia / edited by Diane P. Mines and Sarah Lamb. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c2002.
Main Stack DS339.E94 2002

Viegener, Matias.
'The Only Haircut That Makes Sense Anymore': Queer Subculture and Gay Resistance. In: Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video /editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. pp: 116-33.New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993
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Walters, Suzanna Danuta.
All the rage: the story of gay visibility in America / Suzanna Danuta Walters. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Main Stack PN1992.8.H64.W35 2001

Waugh, Thomas
The Fruit Machine: Twenty Years of Writings on Queer Cinema / Thomas Waugh; foreword by John Greyson. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2000.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.W38 2000

Waugh, Thomas
Hard To Imagine: Gay Male Eroticism in Photography and Film From Their Beginnings to Stonewall. New York: Columbia University Press, c1996.
UCB Main TR681.H65 W38 1996

Waugh, Thomas
"I sleep behind you": male homosociality and homoeroticism in Indian parallel cinema." In: Queering India: same-sex love and eroticism in Indian culture and society / edited by Ruth Vanita. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Anthropology HQ76.2.I4.Q84 2002
Main Stack HQ76.2.I4.Q84 2002

Waugh, Thomas
"Lesbian and gay documentary: minority self-imaging, oppositional film practice, and the question of image ethics." In: Image ethics: the moral rights of subjects in photographs, film, and television / edited by Larry Gross, John Katz, Jay Ruby. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988.
Main Stack KF1263.U5.I451 1988 NRLF #: B 4 179 924
Moffitt KF1263.U5.I451 1988

Waugh, Thomas.
The romance of transgression in Canada: queering sexualities, nations, cinemas Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, c2006.
MAIN: PN1995.9.H55 W39 2006

Waugh, Thomas.
"Queer Bollywood, or 'I'm the Player, You're the Naive One': Patterns of Sexual Subversion in Recent Indian Popular Cinema." In: Keyframes: popular cinema and cultural studies / edited by Matthew Tinkcom and Amy Villarejo. pp: 280-97. London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S6.K49 2001

Waugh, Thomas
"The third body: patterns in the construction of the subject in gay male narrative film." In: The visual culture reader / edited, with introductions by Nicholas Mirzoeff. London ; New York: Routledge, 1998.
Environ Dsgn NX458.V58 1998

Weiss, Andrea.
"'A Queer Feeling When I Look at You': Hollywood Stars and Lesbian Spectatorship in the 1930s." In: Multiple Voices in Feminist Film Criticism / Diane Carson, LindaDittmar, and Janice R. Welsch, editors. pp: 330-42.Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1994.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.M82 1994
Moffitt PN1995.9.W6.M82 1994
Also in:

Weiss, Andrea.
Vampires & Violets: Lesbians in Film. New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Penguin Books, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L48 W45 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.L48 W45 1993;

Welt, Bernard
Mythomania: Fantasies, Fables, and Sheer Lies in Contemporary American Popular Art / Bernard Welt; with the Dark side of Disneyland by Donald Britton. 1st ed. Los Angeles: Art Issues Press, c1996.
UCB Moffitt P94.6 .W44 1996

Whatling, Clare.
Screen Dreams: Fantasising Lesbians in Film.Manchester; New York: New York: Manchester University Press; Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, 1997.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L48 W53 1997

White, Jonathan David
"Bisexuals Who Kill: Hollywood's Bisexual Crimewave, 1985-1998." In: Bisexual men in culture and society / Brett Beemyn, Erich Steinman, editors. New York: London: Harrington Park, c2002.
Main Stack HQ74.2.U5.B52 2002

DISSERTATION
White, Patricia.
The Uninvited: Cinema and the Conditions of Lesbian Representability / by Patricia White. c1993.
NRLF PN1995.9.L48W55 1993 off campus Library has: v. 1-2.

White, Patricia.
Uninvited: classical Hollywood cinema and lesbian representability / Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1999.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L48 W54 1999

Whitesell, Lloyd
"Trans glam: gender magic in the film musical." In: Queering the popular pitch / edited by Sheila Whiteley and Jennifer Rycenga. New York: Routledge, 2006.
Music ML3470.Q44 2006

Williams, Carla
"Bisexuality in Film." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture
UC users only

Wilson, Tasmin, ed.
Immortal Invisible: Lesbians and the Moving Image.London: Routledge, 1995.
UCB Main PN1995.9.L48 I45 1995

Wilton, Tamsin.
"On Not Being Lady Macbeth: Some (Troubled) Thoughts on Lesbian Spectatorship." In: Immortal, Invisible: Lesbians and the Moving Image/ edited by Tamsin. pp: 143-62. Wilton. London; New York: Routledge, 1995.
UCB Main PN1995.9.L48 I45 1995

Weiss, Andrea.
"A Queer Feeling When I Look At You: Hollywood stars and lesbian spectatorship in the 1930s." In: Stardom: industry of desire / edited by Christine Gledhill. New York: Routledge, 1991.
Main Stack PN1995.S677 1991

Weiss, Andrea.
Vampires & Violets: Lesbians in Film / Andrea Weiss. New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Penguin Books, 1993.
--UCB Main PN1995.9.L48.W45 1993
Main PN1995.9.L48.W45 1993

White, Patricia
Uninvited: classical Hollywood cinema and lesbian representability Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1999.
MAIN: PN1995.9.L48 W54 1999

Whitaker, Claire
"Hollywood Transformed: Interviews with Lesbian Viewers." In: Jump cut: Hollywood, politics, and counter cinema / edited by Peter Steven. New York, N.Y.: Praeger, 1985.
Main Stack PN1995.9.E96.J81 1985
Moffitt PN1995.9.E96.J8 1985

Women and Film: a Sight and Sound Reader
Edited by Pam Cook and Philip Dodd. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993. Series title: Culture and the moving image.
UCB Main PN1995.9.W6 W63 1993
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.W6 W63 1993

Wood, R.
"Responsibilities of a gay film critic." In: Movies and methods: an anthology / edited by Bill Nichols. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1976
Main Stack PN1994.M71 Library has: v.1-2 (1976-1985)

Yosef, Raz
Beyond flesh: queer masculinities and nationalism in Israeli cinema. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2004.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
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Yosef, Raz
"Homoland: Interracial Sex and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Israeli Cinema." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 553-79, 2002.
Narratives of miscegenation are common in Israeli cinema. However, it is considered to be a threat to "Jewish purity" and there is strict cultural and religious prohibition against such relationships.

Yosef, Raz
"National troubles : male matters in Israeli gay cinema." In: Brother keepers : new perspectives on Jewish masculinity / edited by Harry Brod, Shawn Israel Zevit. Harriman, Tenn. : Men's Studies Press, 2010.
Main (Gardner) Stacks New books BM725 .B76 2010

Young, Lola
Fear of the dark: 'race', gender and sexuality in the cinema / Lola Young. London ; New York: Routledge, 1996. Gender, racism, ethnicity series.
Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.Y68 1996

Zalcock, Beverley.
Renegade sisters: girl gangs on film / [Bev Zalcock]. London; San Francisco: Creation, 1998. Series title: Creation cinema collection; 11.
UCB Main PN1995.9.W6 Z35 1998

Zimmerman, Bonnie
"Daughters of darkness: the lesbian vampire on film." In: The dread of difference: gender and the horror film / edited by Barry Keith Grant. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1996. Texas film studies series.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H6.D74 1996

Journal and Periodical Articles

Gay, Lesbian, Transgender studies videography for reviews of specific films

Ansen, David.
"Virtual Fabulousness." (the quality of gay films) Advocate, n744 (Oct 14, 1997):113 (2 pages).

Battles, Kathleen; Wendy Hilton-Morrow.
"Gay characters in conventional spaces: Will and Grace and the situation comedy genre." Critical Studies in Media Communication March 2002 v19 i1 p87(19)
" Author's Abstract: COPYRIGHT 2002 Speech Communication Association. This paper explores how Will & Grace, which has been heralded in the popular press for its positive representations of gay men, situates the potentially controversial issue of homosexuality within sap and familiar popular culture conventions, particularly those of the situation comedy genre. This paper draws on feminist and queer theory to examine the liabilities of relying on these familiar situation comedy conventions, demonstrating how the program equates gayness with a lack of masculinity, relies on sexual tension and delayed consummation, infantilizes the program's most potentially subversive characters, and emphasisizes characters' interpersonal relationships rather than the characters' connection to the larger social world. Additionally it argues that by inviting mainstream audiences to read the program within familiar televisual flames, Will & Grace can be read as reinforcing heterosexism and, thus, can be seen as heteronormative." [Expanded Academic Index]

Ball, Alan.
"Beauty and the box office." (portrayals of homosexuality in 'American Beauty')(Brief Article) Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (March 28, 2000):11.

Bateman, Geoffrey W.
"Pornographic Film and Video: Transsexual." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Bay-Cheng, Sarah
"'An Illogical Stab of Doubt': Avant-Garde Drama, Cinema, and Queerness." Studies in the Humanities, vol. 28, no. 1-2, pp. 82-93, June 2001.

Berry, Chris.
"Asian Values, Family Values: Film, Video, and Lesbian and Gay Identities." Journal of Homosexuality, Vol 40(3/4), 211-231
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Author's Abstract: "In a recent essay about gay life in Asia, Dennis Altman (1995) noted that "the past decade has seen the growth of a commercial gay world beyond its few existing bastions such as Bangkok and Tokyo to cover most of the countries of Asia." In a previous article focusing on East Asia, the author pointed out that this development is being complemented by increased film and video representation of gay men and, to a lesser extent, lesbians and other queer characters and communities. Some of those East Asian film and video representations are examined. Altman also notes in reference to "The Wedding Banquet," the representation of these emergent Asian gay communities is itself notably lacking in these films. Where Altman sees this lack of representative depiction as a failing, this article operates from a different basic understanding of the nature and function of cultural representation. It is asserted that these films do not necessarily tell us about the empirical realities of gay lives in East Asian communities, but they do tell us something of what it means to be gay in East Asian cultures. The types of films and videos from East Asia, which center on gay and other queer characters, are the focus of this paper and are broken into three categories: 1) feature films aimed at a mainstream market and the general culture in which they are produced; 2) independent short films and videos shot by gay Asian men; and, 3) a crossover category of features that could be said to be festival or art house films, with a niche market. Several models are discussed." [Sexual Diversity Studies]

Berry, Chris.
"Happy Alone? Sad Young Men in East Asian Gay Cinema." (Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):187.
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Author Abstract: "This essay chooses as its texts three films representing contemporary gay male subjects from each of the "three" China's: HK, Taiwan, and the Mainland. Relocating the homoerotic image of the "sad young man," a trope popular from Hollywood rebellion films of the 1950s and 1960s, to contemporary China, I discuss how this masculine icon has been transformed from one of heroic rebellion to one of existential isolation. Indeed, as the politics of both the outmoded Confucian family and fractured Chinese nationhood intersect, what the sad young (gay) man rebels against is a political fluctuation which is no longer fixed; as the young man's opposition is no longer fixed, so too does he become alienated even from his own rebellious cause."

Bould, Mark
"Not in Kansas Any More: Some Notes on Camp and Queer Sf Movies." Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction, vol. 31, no. 86, pp. 40-50, Fall 2002.B

Bourne S.
"Snobs and gay film history." Sight & Sound 7: (4) 64-64 April 1997

Bowen, Peter.
"Our Own Private Idaho." (distribution of independent gay and lesbian films) Advocate, n614 (Oct 20, 1992):68 (3 pages).

Bronski, Michael.
"From The Celluloid Closet to Brokeback Mountain: The Changing Nature of Queer Film Criticism.." Cineaste Spring2008, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p22-26, 5p
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Bronski, Michael.
"Positive Images & the Coming Out Film: The Art And Politics Of Gay And Lesbian Cinema." (Critical Essay) Cineaste v26, n1 (Winter, 2000):20.

Bruni, Frank
"The gay take on 'straight' makes its way into the movies; these days heterosexuals are just as likely to be caricatured as homosexuals." The New York Times June 8, 1997 v146 s2 pH1(N) pH1(L) col 3 (51 col in)

Bryant, Marsha.
"Auden and the Homoerotics of the 1930s Documentary." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature vol. 30 no. 2. 1997 June. pp: 69-92.

Bull, Chris
"Cracking down." (gay pornographic films)(Special Report: Sex & Censorship) The Advocate August 22, 1995 n687-88 p32(3)

Butters, Ronald R.
"Cary Grant and the Emergence of Gay 'Homosexual'." Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America vol. 19. 1998. pp: 188-204.

Case, Sue-Ellen.
"Performing Lesbian in the Space of Technology." (part two) Theatre Journal v47, n3 (Oct, 1995):329 (15 pages).

Castiglia, Christopher.
"Sex Panics, Sex Publics, Sex Memories." Boundary 2: An-International Journal of Literature and Culture, 2000 Summer, 27:2, 149-75.
This article discusses the role of memory on homosexual identity and activism. Topics includes the influence of history on gay sexual culture and an analysis of the portrayal of homosexuality in film and literature.

Champagne, John.
"Dancing Queen? Feminist and Gay Male Spectatorship in Three Recent Films from Australia." Film Criticism v21, n3 (Spring, 1997):66 (23 pages).

Champagne, John.
"Psychoanalysis and Cinema Studies: A 'Queer' Perspective." Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities, vol. 14 no. 1-2. 1994-1995 Fall-Winter-Spring. pp: 33-44.

Champagne, John.
"'Stop reading films!': film studies, close analysis, and gay pornography." Cinema Journal (36:4) 1997, 76-97. (1997)
"The writer discusses film studies and gay pornography. He argues that such films signify culturally and socially regardless of whether they are watched or not; how they do this has less to do with their individual content than with a broad range of forces beyond the reach of a discipline dedicated primarily to reading films. He suggests that film studies in the heteronormative academy relies on the practice of close analysis to contain the threat and promise of gay pornography and the space where it is shown. He calls for an analysis of the tactical responses of (homo)sexual subjects to the historical situation of the exhibition of gay pornography. He goes on to explore viewers' behavior inside the porno-arcade/theater, arguing that the exhibition of gay pornography makes possible a space in which dominant forms of sexual subjectivity can be (re)produced, challenged, countered, and violated." [Art Abstracts]

Chu, Wei-cheng Raymond.
"Some Ethnic Gays Are Coming Home: Or, the Trouble with Interraciality." Textual Practice vol. 11 no. 2. 1997 Summer. pp: 219-35.

Chua, Lawrence.
"Queer Wind from Asia." Nation v257, n1 (July 5, 1993):38 (3 pages).

Ciasullo, Ann M.
"Making her (in)visible: Cultural representations of lesbianism and the lesbian body in the 1990s." Feminist Studies Fall 2001 v27 i3 p577(33)
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Conway, Mary T.,
"Spectatorship in Lesbian Porn: The Woman's Woman's Film." Wide Angle - Volume 19, Issue 3 1997
UC users only

Corliss, Richard.
" The Final Frontier: Two New Movies ["Birdcage" and "Celluloid Closet"] Pose the Question, Can't Hollywood Treat Gays Like Normal People?(includes related information on four films with a gay theme)." Time v147, n11 (March 11, 1996):66 (3 pages).

Corliss, Richard.
"The Gay Gauntlet." Time v143, n6 (Feb 7, 1994):62 (3 pages).

Corliss, Richard.
"Objects of our affection: gay films are moving into the mainstream. But you don't have to be gay to find that a good thing." (motion pictures depicting a gay lifestyle)(Brief Article) Time v152, n8 (August 24, 1998):73 (2 pages).

Cover, Rob.
"First Contact: Queer Theory, Sexual Identity, and 'Mainstream' Film." International Journal of Sexuality& Gender Studies. 5(1):71-89. 2000 Jan.

Cowan, Noah.
"Out on the Screen." Utne Reader, n51 (May-June, 1992):30 (3 pages).

Currid, Brian
"Judy Garland's American Drag." Amerikastudien/American Studies, vol. 46, no. 1, pp. 123-33, 2001.

Derry, Charles.
"Gay Lives through Gay Eyes."Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review, vol. 3 no. 2. 1996 Spring. pp:20-23.

Devore, Gary.
"'I'M QUEER!' 'No! I'M QUEER!': Hollywood Homosexuality and Roman Epic Films." Popular Culture Review vol. 10 no. 1. 1999 Feb. pp: 127-38.

Dhaenens, Frederik, et al.
"Slashing the Fiction of Queer Theory: Slash Fiction, Queer Reading, and Transgressing the Boundaries of Screen Studies, Representations, and Audiences." The Journal of Communication Inquiry. Oct 2008. Vol. 32, Iss. 4; p. 335

Dickinson, Peter
"Space, Time, Auteur-ity and the Queer Male Body: The Film Adaptations of Robert Lepage." Screen, vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 133-53, Summer 2005.

Dobinson, Cheryl; Kevin Young.
"Popular Cinema and Lesbian Interpretive Strategies." Journal of Homosexuality, Sept 2000 v40 i2 p97
Author's Abstract: COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc. In its examination of the relationship between popular film and lesbian viewing practices, this study attempts to more fully elucidate current ideas around audience engagement and forms of cultural reception. Drawing on 15 in-depth interviews conducted in Western Canada in 1996, the results clearly demonstrate the existence of active lesbian viewers, whose interpretations of popular film are intimately informed by lesbian-specific life experiences and cultural competencies. Although the social conditions which create the need for resistant viewing are themselves oppressive, subversion of mainstream film holds out some possibility of empowerment for lesbian viewers.

Doty, Alexander.
"Whose Text is it Anyway?: Queer Cultures, Queer Auteurs, and Queer Authorship." (homosexual expression in the films of George Cukor and Dorothy Arzner) Quarterly Review of Film and Video v15, n1 (Nov, 1993):41 (14 pages).

Dreisinger, Baz
"The Queen In Shining Armor: Safe Eroticism and the Gay Friend." [Part 1 of 2] Journal of Popular Film and Television, 28 (1): 2+, Spring 2000
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Article discusses the dynamics of filmic representations of eroticism and sexuality in heterosexual relationships in recent mainstream films, with emphasis placed on the significance of supporting gay characters.

Dyer, Richard.
"Gay Male Porn: Coming to Terms." Jump Cut. 1985. 30: 27-29.

Dyer, Richard.
"Idol thoughts: orgasm and self-reflexivity in gay pornography." (gay porn star Ryan Idol) (Critically Queer) Critical Quarterly Spring 1994 v36 n1 p49(14)
" Gay pornography is interesting because of its self-reflexivity, which draws attention to sex as performance. The pornographic videos and photo spreads of the porn star Ryan Idol are examples of self-reflexivity. The viewer is never allowed to forget the presence of the camera. It is this very insistence of gay pornography on highlighting reality, rather than focussing on fantasy, that makes it effective." [Expanded Academic Index]

Dyer, R.
"Less and More Than Women and Men - Lesbian and Gay Cinema In Weimar Germany" New German Critique, 1990 FALL, N51:5-60.

Eberwein, Robert.
"Disease, Masculinity, and Sexuality in Recent Films." Journal of Popular Film and Television,vol. 22 no. 4. 1995 Winter. pp: 154-61.

Ehrenstein, David.
"Homophobia in Hollywood, Part 2: The Queer Empire Strikes Again."(includes related article) (Cover Story)Advocate, n600 (April 7, 1992):36 (7 pages).

Emin-Tunc, Tanfir and Prescott, Nichole
"Glen or Glenda: Psychiatry, Sexuality, and the Silver Screen Normalizing "deviant" bodies and genders is just one of many tropes in Wood's complex camp classic." Bright Lights Issue 41

Erni, John Nguyet
"Run Queer Asia Run." Journal of Homosexuality. Special Issue: Queer Theory and Communication: From Disciplining Queers to Queering the Discipline(s). Vol 45(2-4), 2003, pp. 381-384
"The promotion of queer studies in Asian countries is discussed. In Asia, the specificity of "queer markings"-as an object of study caught in the tradition/modernity axis, as a site of reworked sexuality as new pop hipdom, or as ubiquitous forms of ordinary same-sex sociality-appears to be a caveat upon caveat. Many Asian countries have reported on the enormous usefulness of the Internet not only to make queer friends, but also to question and debate sexual politics. In many film and literary representations, we find, again, the centrality of friendship life for offering gay and lesbian youth such an alternative space and relational logic for their tentative, circumlocutory, and often risky explorations. Queer studies in communication have profoundly neglected the salient forms of sexual and affective relatedness that find expression in the terms of intimacy that are ever-present in "friendship." Flirting against the conservative sexual culture, but flirting among ourselves, popular images of queers in Asia have taken a number of specific forms. It seems clear that queer theories are marked by intellectual and speaking positions that cannot be so easily divided into dominant or peripheral, East or West, international or local, the West or the Rest." [PsychInfo]

Farmer, Brett.
"I Remember Mama: Cinema, Memory and Gay Male Matrocentrism."Screen vol. 39 no. 4. 1998 Winter. pp:363-80.

Fejes, Fred and Petrich, Kevin.
"Invisibility, Homophobia And Heterosexism: Lesbians, Gays and the Media." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 1993 10(4): 396-422.
"Evaluates changing film and mass media presentations of gays and lesbians since 1969 and reviews major scholarship on the topic. While homophobia in the media has become less overt in the 1990's, the ideology of heterosexism remains dominant and largely unchallenged." [America: History and Life]

Fithern, David L.
"Gay Pornography as Cultural Object: Homosexual Desire and the Transmission of Dominant Ideology." MAI, 35(06): p. 1622, December 1997

Fuller, Graham.
"Battle for Britain." (conservative backlash against recent Englishmovies; includes related article on rules forbidding intentional promotionof homosexuality) Film Comment v24, n4 (July-August, 1988):62 (7 pages).

Gamson, J.
"The organizational shaping of collective identity: The case of lesbian and gay film festivals in New York." Sociological Forum 11 (2): 231-261 June 1996
"Using information gathered during fieldwork on New York lesbian and gay film festival organizations this paper argues thatscholarship on identity has nor paid sufficient attention to the organizational mediation of collective identity. The shape ofcollective identity - how internal instabilities and diversities are accommodated, in this case - depends not only on the emergentcharacteristics of the collective, but also on the resolution of challenges particular to organizational fields. Two very differentlyconceived lesbian and gay festival organizations, sites at which decision making about collective identity is ongoing andself-conscious, are examined. The analysis traces how each responds to two related tasks: maintaining community legitimacy,which requires racial diversification, and surviving within an altered institutional environment. Rather than imposition from "above" or construction from "below," the adaptive responses by organizations (to changes in both community expectationsand the resource environment) transform the collective identity formulations reaching public visibility." [Social Sciences Abstracts]

"Gay and lesbian film production and reception." Wide Angle; Vol.XIV nr.2 (Apr 1992); p.4-64
Homosexual representations in early stag films, the work of German director Ulrike Ottinger and Andy Warhol, esp. "My hustler".

Geller, Theresa L.
"Queering Hollywood's Tough Chick: The Subversions of Sex, Race, and Nation in The Long Kiss Goodnight and The Matrix." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 8-34, 2004.
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Gillett, Robert
"Learning to Look Askance: Explaining Queer through Film." Moderna Spr?k, vol. 97, no. 2, pp. 147-65, 2003.

Ginsberg, Terri
"Nazis and Drifters: Radical (Sexual)Knowledge in Two Italian Neorealist Films," Journal of the History of Sexuality 1.2 (1990): 25-50

Glass, Honey.
"Q for Queer." Sight and Sound vol. 7 no. 10. 1997 Oct. pp: 36-39.

Giltz, Michael
"Beyond QAF: from news to sitcoms, out gays & lesbians are making their mark all over British TV." (Brief Article) The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) Feb 5, 2002 p44(2)
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Goldman, David
"Gay Abduction Videos Push Adult Genre's Limits." Southern Voice, Vol 13(36), 1, 16-17; 2000

Gomez, G.
"Homocolonialism: Looking for Latinos in Apartment Zero and Paris is Burning." Post Script XIV/1-2, Winter-Spring 94-95; p.117-124.
Discusses the portrayal of homo-eroticism and sexuality among Latin Americians in "Apartment Zero" and "Paris is Burning".

Gopinath, Gayatri.
"Queering Bollywood: Alternative Sexualities in Popular Indian Cinema." (Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):283.
UC users only
Author Abstract: "In this essay, I demonstrate through numerous examples taken from four identifiable Hindi film subgenres queer themes which though nontransgressive in their native Indian context, acquire subversive value and serve as queer points of identification when viewed from a non-ationalist bias. Watching particular films with this "queer diasporic viewing practive," sex/gender play which is normative (yet still coded) in the land of the films' production can be reclaimed as queer through the differently subjective lens of transnational spectatorship, a lens removed from patriarchy, sexism, and homophobia. This particularly becomes apparent in the Bollywood dance sequence--the frequent site of Hindi sex/gender play--whose coded queer desires are much easier to de-code (or re-code)when in the diaspora." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Gove, Ben.
"Framing Gay Youth."Screen., vol. 37 no. 2. 1996 Summer. pp:174-92.

Greeley, Lynne.
"The witching of Agnes Moorehead." Theatre History Studies v20 (June, 2000):105 (18 pages).
Agnes Moorehead was a classically trained stage actress who first emerged in film in several roles for director Orson Welles. Her regal bearing and unique beauty, her career-long closeted lesbianism, and its effects on her performing career are analyzed.

Gregg, Ronald.
"Gay Culture, Studio Publicity and the Management of Star Discourse: The Homosexualization of William Haines in Pre-Code Hollywood." Quarterly Review of Film and Video. 20 (2): 81-97. 2003 Apr-June.

Gross, Larry.
"Lesbians and Gays and the Broadcast Media."(Sexuality in the Media: Part 1) SIECUS Report v24, n4 (April-May, 1996):10 (5 pages).

Grossman, Andrew.
"Beautiful Publicity": An Introduction to Queer Asian Film.(Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):1.
Author Abstract: "With a few seemingly apolitical exceptions, openly queer cinemas have generally charted two opposing courses--a propagandistic search for bourgeois acceptance or a radical challenge to sexual hegemony. Yet even the most politically challenging of queer films, for example those of Pasolini, are nevertheless distributed and disseminated through the heteronormative and hegemonically capitalist means they philosophically oppose. This essay thus takes as its texts two low-budget gay male Japanese films, of the 1980s, which have been made available on international home video, as opposing examples of politico-economic allegories enacted within the self-reflexive contexts of queer cinema and gay male political history. Taken together, the two films present an interlocking example of how Asian queer films both engage and refute "Eastern" and "Western" conceptions of homosexuality and sexual politics in general." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Grossman, Andrew.
"Homosexual Men (and Lesbian Men) in a Heterosexual Genre: Three Gangster Films from Hong Kong." (Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):237.
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Author Abstract: "Of the East Asian film genres that have captured the attention of film goers internationally, it should be of little surprise that martial and heroically masculine genres have been the most popular, for violent action translates well into any language. Although it has been no secret that male martiality often leaks into homoerotic desire (on the part of the audience, too), three Hong Kong films from 1998 have finally explicated the genetic homosexuality that the action genre has been (defensively) ashamed to admit all along. However, rather than posit this textual homosexuality as transgressive, the generic forces under which these films operate rewrite their homosexualities, both gay and lesbian, into generic modes fashioned around regressive oppositions of gender, and not progressive liberations of sexuality." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Grossman, Andrew.
"The Rise of Homosexuality and the Dawn of Communism in Hong Kong Film: 1993-1998." Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):149.
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Author Abstract: "I have designed this essay as a general overview of the self-evident trend towards queer subject matter in the past decade in Hong Kong film, a trend that not only coincides historically with the 1997 handover to the Mainland but also frequently comes equipped with parent-hild relationships that can be read as allegories for the colony's future as the "child" to its mother country. Queerness in HK films has both alternated between and combined indigenous forms of queerness and the imported Western variety; by charting courses through internationalized concepts of homosexuality, HK films have posited their queerness not only as an existential allegory of (post)colonialism but also as a claim (or hope) for a utopian sexuality cum utopian international politics." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Grossman, Andrew.
"Twelve-Tone Cinema: A Scattershot Notebook on Sexual Atonality ? Is queerness an angry chord or a beautiful harmony?" Bright Lights

Guerrero, Ed.
"The Black Man on our Screens and the Empty Space in Representation." (CULTURAL POLITICS: Three Essays from the Whitney Museum of American Art's "Black Male" Show) Callaloo 18.2 (1995) 395-400
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Hall, Jonathan M.
"Japan's Progressive Sex: Male Homosexuality, National Competition, and the Cinema." (Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):31.
Author Abstract: "This essay serves as a broad investigation of the originsof what came to be called the "gay boom" in 1990's Japanese cinema: aculmination of print media, television, and especially films which made thegay male not merely a visible (political) subject but also the site ofdisplaced contestations of gendered (female) desire. The most visibletransnational signifier of the "gay boom" was the 1992 film Okoge, a filmwhich, in keeping with a Japanese trend which relocates the gay male as asafe displacement of female desire, posits the heterosexual female as theaudience's point of identification in a film about the lives of gay Japanese men. Using this as a starting point, this essay seeks to explorehow male homosexuality and gender construction operate within both Japanese nationalism and the transnational discourse of Japanese cinema's dissemination." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: ]COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Halle, Randall
"'Happy Ends' to Crises of Heterosexual Desire: Toward a Social Psychology of Recent German Comedies." Camera Obscura: A Journal of Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, vol. 44, pp. 1-39, 2000.

Hammer, Barbara
"Lesbian Images in the Classic Film Era: Beth Mauldin talks with a lesbian film documentarian." (Interview). The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide Nov-Dec 2001 v8 i6 p29(3)
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Hankin, Kelly. "Lesbian "making-of" documentaries and the production of lesbian sex." Velvet Light Trap Spring 2004 i53 p26(14)

Hardy, E.
"Young Soul Rebels: Negro/Queer Experimental Filmmakers." Millennium Film Journal no. 41 (Fall 2003) p. 23-30
"Part of a special section on gay and lesbian experimental cinema. Black queer filmmakers working in experimental film today often seem to be the ones making movies that most accurately mirror the realities of many black people--gay, straight, and beyond--in the world. Playing around with genre, experimenting with the expectations and rhythms of pacing and editing, digging deep into issues of identity and then refusing to produce easy or superficially "positive" answers or imagery, among other things--this work so frequently captures the fluctuating and freefall experience of black queerness/queer blackness/whatever (not to mention just plain old "blackness") that it uncannily, effectively reflects the way so many of us exist in the world. For viewers sick of representation that has been filtered through capitalist mandates, who are fed up with banal story lines and characterizations, the work of people like Jocelyn Taylor, Dawn Suggs, Thomas Allen Harris, Shari Frilot, the late Marlon Riggs, Isaac Julien, and Cheryl Dunye, is heady, humbling, moving, and inspiring." [Art Index]

Harper, Phillip Brian.
"Walk-On Parts and Speaking Subjects: Screen Representations of Black Gay Men." (CULTURAL POLITICS: Three Essays from the Whitney Museum of American Art's "Black Male" Show) Callaloo 18.2 (1995) 390-394
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Harper, P. B.
"The Subversive Edge - 'Paris Is Burning', Social Critique, and the Limits of Subjective Agency" Diacritics--A Review of Contemporary Criticism, 1994 Summer-Fall, V24 N2-3:90-103.

Hart, Kylo-Patrick R.
"Gay Male Spectatorship and the Films of Montgomery Clift." Popular Culture Review vol. 10 no. 1. 1999 Feb. pp: 69-82.

Healy, Murray.
"Were We Being Served? Homosexual Representation in Popular British Comedy." Screen, vol. 36 no. 3. 1995 Autumn. pp: 243-56.

Helfand, Glen.
"Staying in Focus."(gay and lesbian film festivals) Advocate, n736 (June 24, 1997):85 (4 pages).
Films with gay and lesbian themes have become more accepted by mainstream cinema. Major Hollywood film companies such as Dreamworks SKG, Warner Bros., and 20th Century Fox have started to support gay movie events, such as the Los Angeles gay film festival.

Helms, Udo.
"Obscenity and Homosexual Depiction in Japan." Journal of Homosexuality 2000, 39:3-4, 127-47.

Hertzberg, Hendrik.
"Oscar's Closet." (gays in Hollywood) New Yorker v73, n6 (March 31, 1997):7 (2 pages).

Bradley High
"Boys Will Be Boys With Boys: the Real and queer subjectivity in film" Reconstruction Vol. 9, No. 3, 2009

Hilferty, Robert.
"That Old Homophobic Subtext on Screen." Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review, vol. 5 no. 1. 1998 Winter. pp: 26-28.

Holleran, Andrew
"Brief History of a Media Taboo." (homosexuality in motion pictures)(Critical Essay) Gay & Lesbian Review v8, n2 (March, 2001):12.

Hollinger K
"Theorizing mainstream female spectatorship: The case of the popular Lesbian film." Cinema Journal, 37: (2) 3-17 WIN 1998

Holmlund, Chris.
"Cruisin' for a Bruisin': Hollywood's Deadly (Lesbian) Dolls." Cinema Journal, vol. 34 no. 1. 1994 Fall. pp: 31-51.

Holmlund, Christine.
"When Is a Lesbian Not a Lesbian? The Lesbian Continuum and the Mainstream Femme Film." Camera Obscura, vol. 25-26. 1991 Jan-May. pp: 145-78.

Hood, Robert L.
"The Wildness of AIDS: Sexual Identity and Cultural Politics in the New Queer Cinema." Revista/Review Interamericana vol. 25 no. 1-4. 1995 Jan-Dec. pp: 72-80.

Hubbard, J., ed.
"Lesbian & Gay Experimental Cinema." [Special section]. Millennium Film Journal no. 41 (Fall 2003) p. 2-72

Ince, Kate.
"Queering the Family? Fantasy and the performance of sexuality and gay relations in French cinema 1995-2000." Studies in French Cinema, 2002, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p90, 8p
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Isherwood, Charles.
"Breaking Out of the Celluloid Closet." Advocate, n743 (Sept 30, 1997):44 (5 pages).

Isherwood, Charles.
"Changing Channels."(gay-themed TV movies)(Cover Story) Advocate, n727 (Feb 18, 1997):24 (6 pages).

Jenkins, Tricia.
"'Potential lesbians at two o'clock': the heterosexualization of lesbianism in the recent teen film." Journal of Popular Culture (38:3) 2005, 491-504. (2005)
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Jun, Joontaek.
"Broadway/Hollywood Musical and Gay Culture: Beyond the Secret Pleasures of Gay Spectators."Journal of Modern British & American Drama. 15(3):171-98. 2002 Dec

Kakmi, Dmetri.
"Queer Cinema: A Reality Check." Senses of Cinema: an Online Film Journal Devoted to theSerious & Eclectic Discussion of Cinema. 8:(no pagination). 2000 July-Aug. 3072

Kavi, Ashok Row.
"The Changing Image of the Hero in Hindi Films."(Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):307.
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Author Abstract: "Beneath the surface of the Bollywood cinema is a percolating gay culture trying to break free, waiting for the moment to emerge from subtext into text. For now, in what we might now call a period of transition, the Bollywood hero has been (particularly in the past three decades) the focus of increased homoeroticization, with his body becoming a spectacle at every turn. Unfortunately, what has facilitated this is a veiled (and sometimes not-so-veiled) form of misogyny, in which the heroine's role is minimized such that, rather than another filmic character falling in love with the hero, the audience itself is invited to see the macho (and perhaps narcissistic) hero as unattached and therefore available for homoerotic desire." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Keller, James; Glass, William.
"In & out: self-referentiality and Hollywood's 'queer' politics." (homosexuality in 1997 film) Journal of Popular Film and Television v26, n3 (Fall, 1998):136 (8 pages).
Hollywood films have substantially reinforced or invented negative gay stereotypes. In fact, the movie industry tends to polarize gay men and women into two equally reprehensible groups, villains or buffoons, and in so doing ignore the diversity within the gay community. Yet the industry's entire product cannot be considered homophobic. The film 'In & Out' is evaluated within the context of Hollywood's treatment of homosexuality.

Keller, James R.
"Masculinity and Marginality in 'Rob Roy' and 'Braveheart.'" Journal of Popular Film and Television v24, n4 (Wntr, 1997):146 (6 pages).

Kelly, Christopher.
"The Unbearable Lightness of Gay Movies." (portrayals of gays in the movies) Film Comment v35, n2 (March, 1999):16.
The late 1980s and early 1990s introduced many promising gay films and filmmakers, but portrayals of gays in more recent seem to have regressed into adolescent sex comedies or soft-core pornography. Gay filmgoers deserve some of the blame, but there are no better alternatives for them to endorse. Filmmakers such as Gus Van Sant, Todd Haynes, and Gregg Araki are discussed.

Kinser, Jeremy.
"Odd couples." (motion picture portrayal of homosexuality)(includes related article on foreign films) Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (Sept 28, 1999):52.

Kirp, David L.
"How Gays Lost It at the Movies. Dissent, v43, n1 (Wntr, 1996):89 (4 pages).

Kolasinska, Iwona
"The Third Sex: Cinema and Transsexuality." In: Gender in film and the media: East-West dialogues / Elzbieta H. Oleksy, Elzbieta Ostrowska, Michael Stevenson (eds.) Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Peter Lang, 2000.
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Latham, Rob.
"Phallic Mothers and Monster Queers." Science Fiction Studies vol. 25 no. 1 (74). 1998 Mar. pp: 87-101.

Latimer, Tirza True.
"Inversions, Subversions, Reversions: Did Relache Queer the Discourse?" On-Stage-Studies, 1997, 20, 65-82.
Discussion of Rene Clair's film, Entr'acte

LaValley, Al
"The great escape: for gays, movies have always held a particular attraction." American Film April 1985 v10 p29(9)

Lebow, Alisa.
"Lesbians Make Movies." Cineaste, vol. 20 no. 2. 1993. pp: 18-23.

Lee, Jooran.
"Remembered Branches: Towards a Future of Korean Homosexual Film." Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):273.
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Author Abstract: "Korean cinema has long labored under an imported Confucian homophobia which, through its effects if not its causes, seems to mirror the Western conception of the closet. Recent cinematic developments in Korea, including a queer film festival in Seoul, are slowly but surely beginning to change that. Using as primary texts the recent Korean gay film Broken Branches and the long-forgotten lesbian film Ascetic: Woman and Woman, my essay hopes to serve as a set of introductory remarks on a queer Korean cinema culture whose surface has only just been broached." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Leff, Leonard J.
"Becoming Clifton Webb: A Queer Star in Mid-Century Hollywood." Cinema Journal. Spring 2008. Vol. 47, Iss. 3; p. 3 (26 pages)

Leff, Leonard J.
"'Come on Home with Me': 42nd Street and the Gay Male World 1930s." Cinema Journal vol. 39 no. 1. 1999 Fall. pp: 3-22.
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In 1933, when the fairy was the most visible representative of American gay culture, Warner Bros.' "42nd Street" portrayed its lead character, Julian Marsh, as a "masculine homosexual" who lent a gay sensibility to the film's narrative and the musical numbers that animated it.

Lemasters, Carol
"Breaking "The Code"".(lesbians in motion pictures) Gay & Lesbian Review v8, n2 (March, 2001):15.

Love, Heather K.
"Spectacular Failure: The Figure of the Lesbian in Mulholland Drive." New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation. 35 (1): 117-32. 2004 Winter.

Lugowski, David M.
"Queering the (New) Deal: Lesbian and Gay Representation and the Depression-Era Cultural Politics of Hollywood's Production Code." Cinema Journal vol. 38 no. 2. 1999. pp: 3-35.
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"Hollywood's representation of queer men and women during the Great Depression was much more widespread than any previous study would suggest. An examination of the responses of Hollywood's self-imposed content regulators at the Production Code Administration reveals that attempts to eliminate queerness from films failed. Primarily exemplified by portrayals of effeminate "pansies" or fussy, "sissified" men and by the mannish "New Woman," queer imagery can be found in all types of U.S. cinema produced between the 1929 stock-market crash and the country's entry into World War II, and it was read as such by people at the time. Reflecting a widespread gender crisis brought about by the Great Depression, these representations suggest, and were read as, a symbolic emasculation of the idealized male of U.S. patriarchy as a result of the socioeconomic crisis and a transposition of the threat of unmarried or working women." [Art Index]

Manning, Toby.
"Prime-time Eroticism." (vampires in film and literature) New Statesman & Society v8, n336 (Jan 20, 1995):31 (2 pages).

Marks, Laura U.
"Straight Women, Gay Porn, and the Scene of Erotic Looking." Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, vol. 40. 1996. pp: 127-36.

Mauldin, Beth and Hammer, Barbara
"Lesbian Images in the Classic Film Era: Beth Mauldin talks with a lesbian film documentarian." (Interview). The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide Nov-Dec 2001 v8 i6 p29(3)
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Mckee, A.
"Now You See It - Studies On Lesbian And Gay Film - Dyer,R Screen 34: (1) 88-93 Spr 1993

McQuain, Christopher
"You've Come a Long Way, Baby?: Life outside the Celluloid Closet Poses New Conundrums for Queers Looking for Silver-Screen Mirrors." Film Journal, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. [no pagination], 2002

Meers, Erik.
"Hollywood is Burning." Advocate, n713-14 (August 20, 1996):25 (4 pages).

Metzger, Sean.
"Farewell My Fantasy." (Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):213.
Author Abstract: "In this essay, I seek to place Chen Kaige's Farewell My Concubine not solely within the Chinese matrix of its production but within the transnational matrix of its distribution and viewing; indeed, the film may well have been intended for international audiences, to which the film's numerous awards testify. Yet China, too, has been fascinated with Western ideas, with Freud one particular example. So here I use a Freudian interpretation of the film's rationalization of homosexuality in terms of beating and childhood sexuality, a rationalization that diverges from the Lilian Lee novel on which the film is based." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress. com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Moddelmog, Debra A.
"Can Romantic Comedy Be Gay?: Hollywood Romance, Citizenship, and Same-Sex Marriage." Journal of Popular Film and Television Volume 36, Number 4 / Winter 2009
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This article links recent trends in romantic comedy to the debate about same-sex marriage. By comparing contemporary heterosexual romantic comedies to same-sex romantic comedies, it argues that Hollywood colludes with efforts by the state and the conservative Right to ensure that heterosexuality remains the privileged mode of desire and marriage, the sanctioned form of bonding. The unarticulated anxiety over same-sex marriage is thus revealed to be the potential loss of marriage as a means of disciplining desire to a heterosexual end. Ultimately, romantic comedy is a genre about citizenship, impressing on viewers the form their desire must take for full citizenship to be granted. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] [EBSCO]

Moon, Michael.
"Outlaw Sex and the "Search for America": Representing Male Prostitution and Perverse Desire in Sixties Film" ('My Hustler' and 'Midnight Cowboy'). Quarterly Review of Film and Video v15, n1 (Nov, 1993):27 (14 pages).
Notes the increased prominence of the male prostitute in US cinema of the 1960's, from underground ("My hustler") to mainstream ("Midnight cowboy").

Morris, Bonnie J.
"Lesbian Sex at the (straight) Cineplex." Gay & Lesbian Review v8, n2 (March, 2001):23.
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Noe, Denise
"Can a woman be a man on-screen?" Gay & Lesbian Review v8, n2 (March, 2001):21.

Oishi, E.
"Bad Asians, the Sequel: Continuing Trends in Queer API Film and Video." Millennium Film Journal no. 41 (Fall 2003) p. 33-41
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"Part of a special section on gay and lesbian experimental cinema. The writer discusses the work of queer Asian American video artists over the last five years. Unlike much film and video work by queer artists of color in the late 1980s and early 1990s, which was inclined to center on a clearly articulated identity politics, this newer output posits a vision of racial identity, culture, and particularly the body as mutable and shifting. In this work, bodies are repeatedly transformed through physical migration, temporal progression, the fantasies of technology and culture, and the translation and projection of changes in the global body onto the local and private body. The thread of these concerns locates this work firmly within the shifting artistic, technological, cultural, and biological landscape of the new millennium. This article discusses work by several queer Asian American video artists." [Art Index]

Ortiz, Christopher
"Hot and Spicy." Jump Cut /39, June 94; p.83-90.
On the representation of Chicano and Latino men in gay pornography.

O'Connor, John J.
"Gay's images: TV's mixed signals." (negative and positive portrayals of homosexuals on television). The New York Times May 19, 1991 v140 s2 pH1(N) pH1(L) col 2 (57 col in)

Pally, Marcia
"Women in love."(lesbians in film) Film Comment March-April 1986 v22 p35(5)

Parsi, Novid.
"Projecting Heterosexuality, or What Do You Mean by 'It'?" Camera Obscura vol. 38. 1996 May. pp: 163-86

Parvin, Paige
"Is the rating system homophobic?" (Excerpt) Gay & Lesbian Review v8, n2 (March, 2001):26.

Patton, Cindy.
"The Cum Shot: Three Takes on Lesbian and Gay Sexuality." Out/look 1988 (Fall) 72-77.

Peele, Thomas
"Fight Club's Queer Representations." JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 862-69, Fall 2001.

Pendleton, David
"Out of the Ghetto: Queerness, Homosexual Desire and the Time-Image." Strategies: A Journal of Theory, Culture, and Politics, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 47-62, May 2001.

Pettitt, Lance.
"A Construction Site Queered: 'Gay' Images in New Irish Cinema." Cineaste vol. 24 no. 2-3. 1999. pp: 61-69.

Phillips, Gene D.
"Blanche's Phantom Husband: Homosexuality on Stage and Screen." Louisiana Literature: A Review of Literature and Humanities vol. 14 no. 2. 1997 Fall. pp: 36-47.

Pincus, Elizabeth.
"Despectacularizing the Queer Thing: A "No Big Deal" Trend in Movieland." Gay Community News v20, n1-2 (June, 1994):12 (2 pages).

Pincus, Elizabeth.
"Out and About: Lesbians Hit the Silver Screen."(includes related article) Ms. Magazine v6, n1 (July-August, 1995):80 (3 pages).

Pincus, Elizabeth.
"'Side' Dish."(depictions of gay people in motion pictures) Gay Community News v20, n4 (Wntr, 1995):26.

Pramaggiore, Maria.
"Fishing for girls: Romancing lesbians in new queer cinema." College Literature, Feb97, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p59, 17p
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Prial, Frank J.
" TV Film About Gay Blacks is Under Attack." ('Tongues Untied') New York Times v140 (Tue, June 25, 1991):B1(N), C13(L), col 3

Queer Media (Special Issue).
The Independent (Film & Video Monthy ) v 18, n 5(June 1995)

Rabinowitz, Dorothy.
"Tongues Untied." Wall Street Journal (Mon, July 15, 1991):A9(W), A9(E), col 1

Radel, N. F.
"Transnational Ga(y)ze: Constructing the East European Object of Desire in Gay Film and Pornography after the Fall of the Wall." Cinema Journal v. 41 no. 1 (Fall 2001) p. 40-62
"Gay pornography that uses men from formerly communist Eastern Europe can be viewed as acculturation narratives in which the Eastern European functions as a marker in the construction of American gay identity. Boy, Viz, and Sauna, three recent pornographic films that use young men from the formerly communist countries of Eastern Europe, and My Polish Waiter, a popular short film directed by Gary Terracino, imagine the post-Cold War Easterner as the symbol of a sexualized gay identity that exists outside national boundaries. This gay pornography not only produces economic "freedom" and employment "choices" in Eastern Europe, but also positions the gay viewer as central to that process: Ideologically, the gay viewer, normally on the margins of modern American culture, is brought to the center, where he attains significance as the American freedom fighter, recognizing repression and defending freedom. The centralizing effects of this ideology locate the gay viewer within the capitalist market as it reproduces a traditional Cold War idiom in the new dialect of post-Cold War gay transnationality." [Art Index]

Rao, R. Raj.
"Memories Pierce the Heart: Homoeroticism, Bollywood-Style."(Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):299.
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Author Abstract: "In this essay, I enjoy using Amitabh Bachchan, perennial idol of the Bollywood screen, as a point of departure for ruminations on the construction of male friendship and male love within both Indian cinema and its primarily male audience (which, in a sense, represents in turn Hindi culture at large). Using translations of songs from Amitabh's films interlaced with my own personal experiences, we see how homosexuality thrives in covert yet recognized places in Indian culture, and how subtler forms of homosexuality are actually engendered under the auspices of normative patriarchal culture. Songs were translated by the author in collaboration with Jia Das." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Rayns, Tony.
"Provoking Desire."(Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yuan)(Interview) Sight and Sound v6, n7 (July, 1996):26 (4 pages).

Reich, June L.
"Where the Boys Aren't." Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory, 1996, 8:2 (16), 241-50.

Reich, June.
"Genderfuck: The Law of the Dildo." 1992 Discourse 15.1 (Fall):112-127.

Rich, B. Ruby.
"New Queer Cinema." (includes related article) Sight and Sound v2, n5 (Sept, 1992):30 (6 pages).

Rich, B. Ruby
"Queer Publics/Queer Privates Conference (1998: New York University) Collision, catastrophe, celebration: The relationship between gay and lesbian film festivals and their publics." GLQ: a journal of lesbian and gay studies 73 (21 pages).
Lesbian and gay film festivals remain a forum where gay people represent themselves, offering collective experience and an opportunity for critical reception. Critics and audiences must both avoid the smart-critic, stupid-audience dichotomy that is unnecessarily divisive. Queer cinema offers political and ethical problems. The growth of such festivals in turn creates audience demands for increasingly sophisticated films.

Richards, Mary et al.
"Gay Films, Straight Movies." Film Comment 18:3 (1982:May/June) 15+

Robertson, Pamela
""The Kinda Comedy That Imitates Me": Mae West's Identification with the Feminist Camp." Cinema Journal, Vol. 32, No. 2. (Winter, 1993), pp. 57-72.
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Romesburg, Don; Finlay, Jennifer.
"The Events That Shaped the Under-30 Mind."(a new generation of successful gays and lesbians) Advocate, n739-40 (August 19, 1997):7 (4 pages).

Rotello, Gabriel.
"Going All the Way." (homosexuality in Hollywood films)((Last Word) (Column)) Advocate, n713-14 (August 20, 1996):120.

Savage, Jon; Julien, Isaac.
"Queering the Pitch: A Conversation." Critical Quarterly v36, n1 (Spring, 1994):1 (12 pages).

Savage, J.
"Tasteful Tales" (Why Gay Cinema Has been Changed by New Politics and the 50S Aesthetic Rules) Sight and Sound, 1991 OCT, V1 N6:15-17.

Schuckmann, Patrick.
"Masculinity, the Male Spectator and the Homoerotic Gaze." Amerikastudien/American Studies ISSUE: vol. 43 no. 4. 1998. pp: 671-80.

Schulman, Sarah
"A Thought About Leni Riefenstahl, Maya Deren, and Gay and Lesbian Film." Millennium Film Journal no. 41 (Fall 2003) p. 33-41
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"Part of a special section on gay and lesbian experimental cinema. The writer argues that the two most significant aesthetic trends in gay and lesbian cinema came from the work of two straight women, Leni Riefenstahl and Maya Deren. Watching Triumph of the Will (1935) makes clear that the fascist aesthetic that Riefenstahl pioneered in cinema may be the single most important influence, since the Greeks, on gay male representation. Riefenstahl's heterosexual femininity brings fascism's homoerotic component to a proactive foreground. Deren's Meshes of the Afternoon (1944) is the most stimulating representation of a woman by a woman (in this case, Deren herself) on film for its time. In the piece, one can see the wild-woman sensibility that has been passed down through four generations of lesbian artists as a badge of honor and attraction.." [Art Index]

Scott, Darieck.
"Jungle Fever? Black Gay Identity Politics, White Dick, and the Utopian Bedroom." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 1 no. 3. 1994. pp: 299-321.

Sherber, Anne.
"Gay Films Find Growing Niche." Billboard v109, n35 (August 30, 1997):80 (3 pages).

Sicular, Eve.
"'A Yingl mit a Yingl hot epes a tam': The Celluloid Closet of Yiddish Film." Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Review vol. 16 no. 1. 1994. pp: 40-45.

Sikov, Ed.
"Homosexuals, Bandits, and Gangsters: Gay Images in La Cage aux Folles." Cineaste, vol. 11 no. 4. 1982. pp: 30-35.

Slagle, R. Anthony
"Queer Criticism and Sexual Normativity: The Case of Pee-Wee Herman." Journal of Homosexuality, vol. 45, no. 2-4, pp. 129-46, 2003.

Slide, Anthony.
"The Silent Closet." Film Quarterly vol. 52 no. 4. 1999 Summer. pp: 24-32.

Smith, Bob
"The Birds as a Pre-Stonewall Parable." (Critical Essay) Gay & Lesbian Review v8, n2 (March, 2001):25.

Smyth, Cherry.
"The Pleasure Threshold: Looking at Lesbian Pornography on Film." Feminist Review, n34 (Spring, 1990):152 (8 pages).

Smith, Cherry.
"Queer Questions." (interviews with film-makers about queer cinema) (New Queer Cinema) (Interview) Sight and Sound v2, n5 (Sept, 1992):34 (2 pages).
"Film-makers were interviewed and shared their views about queer cinema. Derek Jarman felt optimistic that queer cinema would soon be recognized despite its present difficulties. Pratibha Parmar considered the new trend as exciting and believed that the talent of the gay community should be accepted internationally. Isaac Julien on the other hand, discussed the social and political effects of queer cinema and emphasized the difference between politics and cinema. Constantine Giannaris also discusses social understanding and acceptance of queer cinema." [Expanded Academic Index]

Smyth, Cherry.
"Trash Femme Cocktail." (lesbian film-making) (New Queer Cinema) Sight and Sound v2, n5 (Sept, 1992):39.

Stevenson, Jack.
"From the Bedroom to the Bijou: A Secret History of American Gay Sex Cinema." Film Quarterly v51, n1 (Fall, 1997):24 (8 pages).
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Straayer, Chris
"The She-man: Postmodern bi-sexed performance in film and video." Screen 1990 31: 262-280
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Stringer, Julian.
"Two Japanese Variants of the Absolute Transvestite Film." Journal of Homosexuality 2000, 39:3-4, 111-26.

Stuart, Jan.
"Sundance '98: The New Gay Wave." Advocate, n753 (Feb 17, 1998):47 (3 pages).

Shugart, H. A.
"Reinventing privilege: the new (gay) man in contemporary popular media." Critical Studies in Media Communication, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 67-91, March 2003
"In recent years, the gay man/heterosexual woman couple configuration has become a genre unto itself in mediated popular culture, resulting in unprecedented mainstream visibility for gay men. Major mainstream films, such as My Best Friend's Wedding, Object of My Affection, and The Next Best Thing, showcase the combination as their centerpiece, as does the highly rated prime-time network situation comedy Will & Grace. In this essay, the author assesses this particular performance of gay identity in order to discern what qualities render it-as presented in this configuration-not only acceptable but popular given the heteronormative visibilities that characterize the mainstream audience to which it is directed. The author argues that, in these texts, homosexuality is not only recoded and normalized in these representations as consistent with privileged male heterosexuality but also is articulated at extending heterosexual male privilege. In so doing, blatant sexism is reinvented and legitimized, and gay male identity simultaneously is defined by and renormalizes heteronormativity." [Communication Abstracts]

Tanner, Louise.
"Eunuchs Under the Code."(The Celluloid Closet, documentary film) Films in Review v47, n5-6 (May-June, 1996):80 (2 pages).

Tartaglia, J.
"Notes from the Homo, Underground." Millennium Film Journal no. 41 (Fall 2003) p. 15-21

Taubin, Amy.
"Beyond the Sons of Scorsese." (Martin Scorsese; analyzing the emergence of queer cinema) (New Queer Cinema) (Interview) Sight and Sound v2, n5 (Sept, 1992):37.

Theophano, Teresa
"Pornographic Film and Video: Lesbian ." In: glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture

Tolentino, Rolando B.
"Transvestites and Transgressions: Panggagaya in Philippine Gay Cinema." (Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):325.
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Vary, Adam B.
"Here comes the new new Queer Cinema." Advocate, 4/26/2005 Issue 937, p40-51, 8p, 11c;
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"This article provides information on the motion picture, Eating Out, directed by Q. Allan Brocka, and starring Ryan Carnes and Scott Lunsford. Eating Out is just one of a sudden bounty of gay- and lesbian-themed U.S. films coming soon to theaters, ending a multiyear drought that had many GLBT moviegoers latching on to the likes of Finding Nemo and The Lord of the Rings for their queer image satisfaction. In a nation facing a mounting bramble of questions surrounding free expression and gay rights, a surge in gay representation in this country's biggest export, the modern motion picture, is certainly worth celebrating--and worth some healthy scrutiny as well. Brocka said he wrote the movie on a lark while attending graduate film school at California Institute of the Arts, structuring it like the films he liked of the 1980s, like John Hughes films and the college sex comedies. See if this sounds slightly familiar: Shy jock Caleb is actually straight, convinced by his gay roommate, Kyle, that playing gay to date music major Marc is the best way to get the attention of Marc's roommate, Gwen--a love quadrangle completed by Kyle's long-standing, unrequited crush on Marc. College sex comedies, remember, are supposed to feature love connections tangled by high-concept deceit; otherwise there is no movie. Not that Brocka ever thought he would actually make the film." [GLBT Life]

Vilanch, Bruce.
"It's Our Party." (gay parties in movies) Advocate, n715 (Sept 3, 1996):55.
Author Abstract: "Philippine cinema has long afforded spectators constructions of queerness not only deviating from Western queer theory but also from other continentally Asian homosexual traditions. Using as my primary text Lino Brocka's 1978 film My Father, My Mother, I examine how indigenous ideas of transsexuality and transgender are not only constructed by alternatively sexual images manufactured and appropriated by the Marcos regime, but how those sexual images construct and perpetuate class divisions as criteria of an ongoing Philippine sexual economy." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Villarejo, Amy
"Queer Film and Performance: 'In Theory'." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 313-33, 2001.

Wadia, Riyad Vinci.
"Long Life of a Short Film." Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):313.
Author Abstract: "What follows is an account of my personal experiences as an independent Indian film director who had the fortune to make the country's first openly gay film, the short BOMgAY. That said, I would like this essay to be accepted as, rather than a critical appraisal of Indian cinema, a humbly autobiographical account of one individual caught in the hectic throes of political (and cinematic) visibility." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Waldron, Darren
"New Clothes for Temporary Transvestites? Sexuality, Cross-Dressing and Passing in the Contemporary French Film Comedy." Modern & Contemporary France, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 347-61, August 2006

Walters, Suzanna Danuta.
All the rage: the story of gay visibility in America / Suzanna Danuta Walters. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Main Stack PN1992.8.H64.W35 2001

Waugh, Thomas. Waugh, Thomas, 1948-
Hard to imagine: gay male eroticism in photography and film from their beginnings to Stonewall / Thomas Waugh. New York: Columbia University Press, c1996.
Main Stack TR681.H65.W38 1996

Waugh, Thomas
"Homosociality in the Classical American Stag Film: Off-Screen, On-Screen." Sexualities 2001 Volume: 4 Number: 3 Pages: 275-291
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"When the Gaze is Gay." Film Comment 22:2 (1986:Mar./Apr.) 31+

White, Jonathan David
"Bisexuals who kill: Hollywood's bisexual crimewave, 1985-1998." Journal of Bisexuality, Vol 2(1), pp. 39-54; 2002
"In a number of Hollywood films from 1985-1995, bisexual characters were represented as violent, drug-using murderers. With relatively few representations of bisexual men and women in mainstream cinema during this period, the near-uniformity with which such films as Basic Instinct, Blue Velvet, American Commandos, and Chained Heat II depicted bisexuals as killers suggests that a deeper ideological substitution was taking place. Tracing the particular history of this trope, it was found that media constructions of bisexual men as vectors of HIV transmission in the mid-1980s played a decisive role in creating the image of the bisexual man as sexualized killer. This figure fused representations of unrestrained heterosexual-patriarchal power with queer subversion, as epitomized in Blue Velvet. In turn, in the early 1990s, these images were transposed onto bisexual women, most influentially in Basic Instinct, to form a new category of heterosexist representation modeled after depictions of bisexual men, rather than traditional images of lesbians. The construction of bisexual identity as a form of sadomasochistic, drug-linked criminality served as a public appeal for greater state repression of bisexual communities." [Sexual Diversity Studies]

Waugh, Thomas
"Queer Film Anthologies." Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 109-15, February 2001.

White, Rob
"Decent proposals." (dealing with homosexuality on television) Sight and Sound, Jan 2002 v12 i1 p5(1)
Issues concerning the portrayal of homosexuality on UK television are discussed. Situation comedys often include openly gaymen and women who have strong relationships with straight people

Wlodarz, Joe.
"Beyond the black macho: queer blaxploitation." Velvet Light Trap Spring 2004 i53 p10(16)
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Worth, Fabienne.
"Introduction to the Annotated Film/Videography." (includes filmography of gay and lesbian movies) Quarterly Review of Film and Video v15, n1 (Nov, 1993):89 (31 pages).

Worth, Fabienne.
"Of Gayzes and Bodies: A Bibliographical Essay on Queer Theory, Psychoanalysis and Archeology." (lesbian and homosexual studies) Quarterly Review of Film and Video v15, n1 (Nov, 1993):1 (13 pages).

Worth, Fabienne.
"Toward Alternative Film Histories: Lesbian Films, Spectators, Filmmakers and the French Cinematic/Cultural Apparatus." Quarterly Review of Film and Video v15, n1 (Nov, 1993):55 (23 pages).

Yarbrough, Jeff; Chunovic, Louis.
"A New Hollywood?" Advocate, n588 (Oct 22, 1991):36 (6 pages).

Zam, Michael.
"Gay cinema: Still a world unto itself." (Interview) Gay & Lesbian Review v8, n2 (March, 2001):29.

Yosef, Raz
"Homoland: Interracial Sex and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Israeli Cinema." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 553-79, 2002.
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Individual Directors

Pedro Almodovar

See separate Almodovar bibliography

Kenneth Anger

Allison, Deborah.
"Magick in Theory and Practice: Ritual Use of Colour in Kenneth Anger's Invocation of My Demon Brother." Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema, vol. 34, pp. (no pagination), Winter 2005

Brook, Vincent
"Puce Modern Moment: Camp, Postmodernism, and the Films of Kenneth Anger." Journal of Film and Video v. 58 no. 4 (Winter 2006) p. 3-15
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"The work of avant-garde filmmaker Kenneth Anger brings into stark relief a hitherto unexplored link between camp and Postmodernism. Postmodern forces generated by the postwar period and propelled by the Beat, Pop, and Underground film movements of the 1950s and 1960s have long been latent in camp, which can be seen as a sort of "underground" force that gradually revealed itself to feed into as it teased out the Postmodern condition. If not the sine qua non of this sociocultural conjunction, Anger deserves a niche in the pantheon at least from the point of view of avant-garde film. The theatricality and artifice, ritual and Magick, earnestness and humor, and fragmented subject and simulated reality in his films are the complex strands of a kinship between camp and Postmodernism as cultural category, historical phenomenon, and ideological positioning. The writer traces a brief history of the gay style and examines Anger's films Puce Moment, Fireworks, Eaux D'Artifice, and Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome." [Art Index]

"Burn, Hollywood, Burn!!" Films in Review v. 48 (January/February 1997) p. 6-44
A special section on independent filmmaking. Articles include a discussion of the work of such filmmakers as John Sayles, John Cassavetes, and Mike Leigh and interviews with Kenneth Anger and Michael Almereyda.

Cagle R. L.
"Auto-Eroticism - Narcissism, Fetishism, And Consumer Culture" Cinema Journal, Sum V33; N4; 1994; 23-33
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"The writer discusses the eroticism of the motion picture Kustom Kar Kommandos, by Kenneth Anger. This fragment of film concerns that American national fetish object, the automobile. The entire work has the visual quality of a sexual fantasy, with the teenage protagonist's movements as he polishes his car suggesting that the image presented represents a kind of masturbatory--or auto-erotic--fantasy, in which the auto plays both the idealized phallus and the object of desire. The film reveals the structure of male-to-male desire that underlies teenage male rituals in its foregrounding of both the narcissism inherent in the process of customizing the automobile, and the role played by the automobile as currency of exchange within a male-based economy of desire." [Art Index]

Cagle, Chris.
"Rough Trade: Sexual Taxonomy in Postwar America." In: RePresenting Bisexualities: Subjects and Cultures of Fluid Desire / edited by Donald E. Hall and Maria Pramaggiore. pp: 234-52. New York: New York University Press, c1996.
Main Stack HQ74.R46 1996

Carroll, Noël.
"Identity and Difference: From Ritual Symbolism to Condensation in Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome." Millennium Film Journal, Spring80 Issue 6, p31-42, 12p

Cosgrove, Stuart.
"The art of scandal." (the Babylon culture) New Statesman & Society v3, n120 (Sept 28, 1990):25 (2 pages).

Frumkes, Roy.
"Look Back with Kenneth Anger: Remembrances From the Life of America's Foremost Experimental Filmmaker." Films in Review v48, n1-2 (Jan-Feb, 1997):16 (9 pages).
Independent filmmaker Kenneth Anger believes that the theft and destruction of the negative of his film, 'Lucifer Rising,' was tantamount to killing the artist in him. The theft, carried out by members of the Hells Angels group, prompted him to publish his own obituary in the Village Voice before leaving for Europe in 1967. He has now returned to independent filmmaking by making a rework of 'Lucifer Rising' and his other personal works.

Fischer, Lucy.
"Rabbit's Moon: The Pierrot Figure in Theater, Painting and Film." Millennium Film Journal, Fall1981/Winter1982 Issue 10/11, p123-139, 17p

Gerstner, David Anthony.
"Queer Angels of History Take It and Leave It From Behind." Stanford-Humanities-Review,1999 Winter, 7:2, 150-65.
Deals in part with the films of Kenneth Anger.

Gunning, Tom
"Magick Weapon." Artforum International v. 45 no. 7 (March 2007) p. 99-100
"The films of Kenneth Anger, one of the best known and most influential of American avant-garde film's founding figures, inhabit the dark heart of American cinema. Although Anger's films--particularly the five early works collected on Fantoma's glorious new DVD release The Films of Kenneth Anger, Volume One--defied Hollywood practice and themes, they also plunged right into the shimmering, illuminated moving images that underpinned the Dream Factory. His films exploit Hollywood's elaborate costumes, fantasies (both violent and erotic), otherworldly sets, and the strange mixture of magic and vulgarity that Anger himself named "Hollywood Babylon." He sorted through classical and romantic mythology for material, and also created a modern mythology from the debris of popular culture. Although Fantoma's first disc lacks his masterpiece, Scorpio Rising, it is invaluable for its illumination of the unique aspects of Anger's oeuvre, and his voice-over commentary offers many wonderful insights." [Art Index]

Haug, Kate.
"Interview with Kenneth Anger." Wide Angle 18.4 (1996) 74-92.
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Hecker, Pierre
Les Films "Magicks" de Kenneth Anger / Pierre Hecker ; préface de Nicole Brenez. Paris : Editions Paris Expérimental, c1999.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.A54 H43 1999

Hutchison, Alice L.
Kenneth Anger : a demonic visionary / Alice L. Hutchison. London : Black Dog Publ., c2004.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.A54 H883 2004
Pacific Film Archive PN1998.3.A633 H883 2004

Kane, Daniel
""Not to Creation or Destruction but to Truth": Robert Duncan, Kenneth Anger, and the Conversation between Film and Poetry." Texas Studies in Literature & Language; Spring2008, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p34-57, 24p
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Kane, Daniel
"The Transformative Sacrament of Homosexual Sex: Kenneth Anger's Fireworks, Robert Duncan's 'The Torso,' and the Enactment of Ritual." Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, vol. 32-33, pp. 18-26, Summer 2006

Landis, Bill.
Anger: The Unauthorized Biography of Kenneth Anger. 1st ed. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, c1995.
UCB Main PN1998.3.A54 L36 1995

Maddin, Guy.
"Everyone Needs a Sailor Friend." Film Comment, May/Jun2007, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p36-39, 4p
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This article discusses the career of Kenneth Anger, a child actor turned avant-garde film director. The Anger films "Puce Moment," "Fireworks," and "Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome" are discussed. Anger sought to up turn the myth of glamour in the motion picture industry. The article discusses how Anger's experiences as a child actor shaped his view as a filmmaker.

Meir, Chris.
"Fireworks." Senses of Cinema

Moon, Michael.
"A Small Boy and Others: Sexual Disorientation in Henry James, Kenneth Anger, and David Lynch." In: Comparative American Identities: Race, Sex, and Nationality in the Modern Text. / edited with an introduction by Hortense J. Spillers. pp: 151-56. New York. 1991.
UCB Main PN843 .C66 1991
UCB Moffitt PN843 .C66 1991

Moonchild: the films of Kenneth Anger.
[London]: Creation, 2002.
MAIN: PN1998.3.A54 M66 2002

Sitney, P. Adams.
"The Magus." In: Visionary film : the American avant-garde, 1943-2000 / P. Adams Sitney. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002.
Graduate Services PN1995.9.E96 S53 2002
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.E96 S53 2002
Pacific Film Archive PN1995.9.E96 S58 2002

Suarez, Juan Antonio.
Bike Boys, Drag Queens & Superstars: Avant-garde, Mass Culture, and Gay Identities in the 1960s Underground Cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1996.
UCB Main PN1995.9.E96 S82 1996
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.E96 S82 1996

Tinkcom, Matthew
"Scandalous! Kenneth Anger and the prohibitions of Hollywood history." In: Out takes: essays on queer theory and film / edited by Ellis Hanson. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 1999. Series Q.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.O88 1999

Scorpio Rising

Brennan, Patrick S.
"Cutting Through Narcissism: Queer Visibility in Scorpio Rising." Genders. 36:35 paragraphs. 2002

Frumkes, Roy.
"Look back with Kenneth Anger: remembrances from the life of America's foremost experimental filmmaker." (interview with independent filmmaker)(Interview) Films in Review v48, n1-2 (Jan-Feb, 1997):16 (9 pages).

Lowry, Ed.
"The Appropriation of Signs in Scorpio Rising." The Velvet Light Trap vol. 20. 1983 Summer. pp: 41-46.
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Moon, Michael.
"A Small Boy and Others: Sexual Disorientation in Henry James, Kenneth Anger, and David Lynch." In: Comparative American Identities: Race, Sex, and Nationality in the Modern Text / edited with an introduction by Hortense J. Spillers. pp. pp: 151-56. New York: Routledge, 1991.
UCB Main PN843 .C66 1991; Moffitt PN843 .C66 1991

Suarez, Juan.
"Kenneth Anger's Scorpio Rising: Avant-Garde Textuality and Social Performance." Cinefocus vol. 2 no. 2. 1992 Spring. pp: 20-31.

Gregg Araki

Chang, Chris.
"Absorbing Alternative." (filmmaker Gregg Araki) (Interview) Film Comment v30, n5 (Sept-Oct, 1994):47 (4 pages).

Chin, Dary
"Girlfriend in a Coma: Notes on the Films of Gregg Araki." In: Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video / editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. pp:355-67. New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993

Ehrenstein, David.
"Gay Film's Bad Boy." Advocate, n611 (Sept 8, 1992):70 (2 pages).

Esther, John
"Gregg Araki: Tackling the Tough Ones on Film." Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 44-45, September 2005

Moran, James M.
"Gregg Araki: Guerrila Film-maker for a Queer Generation." Film Quarterly v50, n1 (Fall, 1996):18 (9 pages).

Esther, John
"Gregg Araki: Tackling the Tough Ones on Film." Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 44-45, September 2005.
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Moran, James M.
"Gregg Araki: Guerrilla Film-Maker for a Queer Generation." Film Quarterly, vol. 50, no. 1, pp. 18-26, Fall 1996.
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Stuart. Jan
"Araki and a hard place." (Review). The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (Oct 12, 1999): p63. (576 words) From Expanded Academic ASAP.

Young, Damon; Caluya, Gilbert
"'A Vessel of Imagery': An Interview with Gregg Araki." Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema, vol. 38, pp. (no pagination), Winter 2006

Yutani, Kimberly.
"Gregg Araki and the Queer New Wave." Amerasia Journal v20, n1 (Wntr, 1994):84 (8 pages).

Dorothy Arzner

See separate Arzner bibliography

Sadie Benning

Carter, Mia
"The Politics of Pleasure: Cross-Cultural Autobiographic Performance in the Video Works of Sadie Benning." Signs Spring 1998 v23 i3 p745(1)
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"The videos of teenage filmmaker Sadie Benning portray adolescence as an important stage of productive tension, using emotion to communicate both vulnerability and optimism. She emphasizes individuality, liberation, freedom to determine one's sexual identity and the need to change contemporary repressive social constructs. Benning also explores the narrative link to and disassociation from an older audience with a generational history of activism." [Expanded Academic Index]

Chang, Chris.
"Up in Sadie's room." Film Comment. Mar 1993. Vol. 29, Iss. 2; p. 7 (2 pages)
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Curnutte, Rick
"Child's Play: The Pixelvision Videos of Sadie Benning." The Film Journal 4

Holmlund, Chris.
"When Autobiography Meets Ethnography and Girl Meets Girl: The 'Dyke Docs' of Sadie Benning and Su Friedrich." In: Between the sheets, in the streets: queer, lesbian, and gay documentary / Chris Holmlund and Cynthia Fuchs, editors. pp: 127-43. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997. Visible evidence ; v. 1
Main Stack P96.D622.U63 1997

Johnson, Chloé Hope
"Becoming-Grrrl: the voice and videos of Sadie Benning." In: There she goes : feminist filmmaking and beyond / edited by Corinn Columpar and Sophie Mayer. Detroit : Wayne State University Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.W6 T42 2009

Marks, Laura U..
"Video haptics and erotics." Screen; Vol.XXXIX nr.4 (Winter 1998); p.331-348
An exploration of tactile and erotic qualities in video referring to, among others, Sadie Benning's "It wasn't love" and Seoungho Cho's "Forward, back, side, forward again".

Mayne, Judith.
"Lesbian looks: Dorothy Arzner and female authoriship." In: Feminism and film / edited by E. Ann Kaplan. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Oxford readings in feminism.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.F448 2000

McHugh, Kathleen
"Housekeeping in Hollywood: the case of Craig's Wife." Screen 1994 35: 123-135
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Milliken, Christie
"The pixel visions of Sadie Benning." In: Sugar, spice, and everything nice: cinemas of girlhood / edited by Frances Gateward and Murray Pomerance. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, c2002. Contemporary film and television series. Electronic location:
Table of Contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip02/2001004774.html
Main Stack PN1995.9.G57.S84 2002

Redding, Judith M.
"Teen with a toy camera / Sadie Benning." In: Film fatales: independent women directors / Judith M. Redding and Victoria A. Brownworth. Seattle: Seal Press ; [Emeryville, Calif.]: Distributed to the trade by Publishers Group West, c1997.
Main Stack PN1998.2.R43 1997

Romney, Jonathan
"It Wasn't Love." (movie reviews) New Statesman & Society Nov 12, 1993 v6 n278 p34(1)

Schorr, Collier
"Media kids." (evaluation of Sadie Benning's autobiographical video tapes) (Column) Artforum International April 1992 v30 n8 p15(1)

Smith, Gavin
"Toy Stories." (director Sadie Benning) (Interview) Film Comment Nov 1998 p28(1)
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Filmmaker Sadie Benning only makes videos that are not widely released, which is why her following is small. She likes to play with images of toys as an emotional gateway into childhood. Benning explores some of her movies.

Spiro, Ellen.
"Shooting Star: Teenage Video Maker Sadie Benning Attracts a Youthful Audience." Advocate, n573 (March 26, 1991):68 (2 pages).

"Up in Sadie's Room."
Film Comment v29, n2 (March-April, 1993):7 (2 pages).
Sadie Benning traces her development as a person in her experimental videos made with a Fisher-Price Pixelvision camera. All the images are of herself, and the only setting is her room.

Lizzie Borden

Beauvais, Paul Jude.
"Lizzie Borden's Working Girls: Interpretation And The Limits Of Ideology." Post Script, Winter91, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p50-63, 14p

Friedberg, Anne.
"An Interview with Filmmaker Lizzie Borden." Women & Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 37-45, Winter 1984.

Gomez, Jewelle.
"Representations of Black Lesbians." The Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review. Jul 31, 1999. Vol. 6, Iss. 3; p. 32

Hampton, Howard.
Born in flames : termite dreams, dialectical fairy tales, and pop apocalypses Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995 .H238 2007

Judge, Maureen; Spring, Lori.
"An Interview with Lizzie Borden." Cineaction, Spring87 Issue 8, p69-76, 8p

Lane, Christina.
Feminist Hollywood : from Born in flames to Point break. Detroit : Wayne State University Press, c2000.
MAIN: PN1998.2 .L35 2000

Lucia, Cynthia.
"Redefining Female Sexuality in the Cinema: An Interview with Lizzie Borden." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, vol. 19, no. 2-3, pp. 6-10, 1992.

MacDonald, Scott
"Interview with Lizzie Borden Interview with Lizzie Borden." Feminist Studies, Vol. 15, No. 2 (Summer, 1989), pp. 327-345UC users only

George Cukor

See separate Cukor bibliography

Dona Deitch

Aufderheide, Patricia.
"Desert Hearts: An Interview with Donna Deitch." Cineaste. 15(1):18-19. 1986. New York, NY

Bobo, Jacqueline. Seiter, Ellen.
"Black Feminism and Media Criticism: The Women of Brewster Place." In: The critical response to Gloria Naylor / edited by Sharon Felton and Michelle C. Loris. pp: 27-41. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1997. Critical responses in arts and letters; no. 29
Main Stack PS3564.A895.Z65 1997
also in: Vision/re-vision: adapting contemporary American fiction by women to film / edited by Barbara Tepa Lupack.pp: 145-57. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, c1996.
Main Stack PN1997.85.V57 1996

Hollinger, Karen.
"The Erotic Female Friendship Film: Lesbianism in the Mainstream." In: In the company of women : contemporary female friendship films / Karen Hollinger. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks

Holmlund, Christine.
"When Is a Lesbian Not a Lesbian? The Lesbian Continuum and the Mainstream Femme Film." Camera Obscura. 25-26:145-78. 1991 Jan-May.

Pepe, Barbara.
"Ten Years Gone." (director Donna Deitch) Advocate, n713-14 (August 20, 1996):73 (4 pages).
"Donna Deitch's lesbian film 'Desert Hearts' has become a legend in gay cinema. The success of her debut movie did not pave the way for more film work, since offers were not to her liking. Instead, Deitch has concentrated on network TV directing, such as 'NYPD blue,' 'Murder One' and 'ER.'" [Expanded Academic Index]

Desert Hearts

Ansen, David
"Desert hearts." (movie reviews) Newsweek June 9, 1986 v107 p80(1)

Aufderheide, Patricia.
"Desert Hearts: An Interview with Donna Deitch." Cineaste, vol. 15 no. 1. 1986. pp: 18-19.

Canby, Vincent
"Desert hearts." (movie reviews) The New York Times April 4, 1986 v135 p16(N) pC8(L) col 4 (10 col in)

Deitch, Donna
"Desert hearts and beyond." In: Redding, Judith M. Film fatales: independent women directors / Judith M. Redding and Victoria A. Brownworth. Seattle: Seal Press ; [Emeryville, Calif.]: Distributed to the trade by Publishers Group West, c1997.
Main Stack PN1998.2.R43 1997

Kauffmann, Stanley
"Desert hearts." (movie reviews) The New Republic May 12, 1986 v194 p24(2) (470 words)

Marcus, Lydia .
"Desert heat." (video recording review) The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) Feb 27, 2001 p53 (610 words)

Merck, Mandy.
"Desert hearts." In: Queer looks: perspectives on lesbian and gay film and video / editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. pp: 377-82 New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993

Musto, Michael
"Desert hearts." (movie reviews) . Saturday Review Jan-Feb 1986 v12 p86(1)

Spraggs, Gillian.
"Hell and the Mirror: A Reading of Desert of the Heart." In: New Lesbian Criticism: Literary and Cultural Readings / edited and introduced by Sally Munt. pp: 115-31. New York: Columbia University Press, c1992.
Main Stack PS153.L46.N48 1992
Moffitt PS153.L46.N48 1992

Stacey, Jackie.
"'If You Don't Play, You Can't Win': Desert Hearts and the Lesbian Romance Film." In: Immortal, invisible: lesbians and the moving image / edited by Tamsin Wilton. pp: 92-114. London; New York: Routledge, 1995.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L48.I45 1995

Vice, Sue.
"Addicted to Love." In: Romance Revisited / edited by Lynne Pearce and Jackie Stacey. pp: 117-27. New York: New York University Press, c1995.
Main Stack PR830.L69.R66 1995

Wartenberg, Thomas E.
"Desert hearts: betting on lesbian love." In: Unlikely couples: movie romance as social criticism / Thomas E. Wartenberg. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1999. Thinking through cinema.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L6.W37 1999

Rainer Werner Fassbinder

See separate Fassbinder bibliography

Barbara Hammer

"Barbara Hammer." In: Women of vision: their psychology, circumstances, and success / editors, Eileen A. Gavin, Aphrodite Clamar, and Mary Anne Siderits. New York, NY : Springer Pub., 2007.
Full text available online (UCB users only)

Bravmann, Scott
"Stonewall, Silver Screen: Cinematic Representation and the Queer Past." American Quarterly 48.3 (1996) 491-499
(UCB/Project Muse subscribers only)

Ciraulo, Dina.
"Artistic Presence." Wide Angle 1998 Jan, 20:1, 94-99.
" Part of a special issue on the work of three ground-breaking women experimental filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s: Carolee Schneemann, Barbara Hammer, and Chick Strand. The work of Barbara Hammer is discussed. Despite being excluded from the canon of experimental film, Hammer has maintained a successful presence in the filmmaking community through sheer devotion to the medium. One of her short experimental films is Pond and Waterfall (1982), a beautiful, silent exploration that follows a body of water from a pond out to the ocean. Much of Hammer's prior work celebrated an integrated and holistic view of the world, and Pond and (continued) Waterfall is a radical departure from this, marking the emergence of a new aesthetic; rather than situating a clear filmic subject that is corporeally presented, it proceeds with an implied subject, signaling a larger problematizing of representation in which notions of perception and perspective are disturbed." [Art Abstracts] (UCB/Project Muse subscribers only)

Eighteen Histories in Feminist Film and Video. 1999. 83 min. [Videorecording]
UCB Media Ctr Video/C 6994

Foster, Gwendolyn Audrey.
"Barbara Hammer, An Interview: Re/Constructing Lesbian Auto/Biographies in Tender Fictions and Nitrate Kisses." Post Script 1997 Summer, 16:3, 3-16.

Frueh, Joanna
"The erotic as social security." Art Journal v 53 Spring 1994. p. 66-72.
"Part of a special section on art and old age. The writer examines eroticism in artistic portrayals of and by older women. She focuses on women artists over 50 who explore aging and eros in their work, or who understand their artistic process and product as erotic. She argues that these artists are radical agents of change and that a feminist erotics requires a subtler and more complicated proliferation of pornography than exists at present." [Art Abstracts]

Gaiter, Colette.
"Private broadcasts/public conservations." Public Art Review v 7 Fall/Winter 1995. p. 8-11.
" Part of a special section on public art and technology. The potential of public art via computer is discussed. At the moment cyberspace is neither truly public nor accessible; public access to the required equipment is still limited, and technological limitations, mostly, prevent pure interactivity. The most compelling work within these limitations is done by artists who have chosen to preserve the power and authority of their individual artistic voice, while permitting the viewer a meaningful level of interaction with the content. Although the work is intensely personal, it is presented in a manner that is anything but private. In terms of technology, such artists as Barbara Hammer, Christine Tamblyn, and Piotr Szyhalski are currently working with one hand tied behind their backs, but their conceptual challenge is to create an art that leaves some control up to the viewer." [Art Abstracts]

Hammer, Barbara
"Lesbian Images in the Classic Film Era: Beth Mauldin talks with a lesbian film documentarian." (Interview). The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide Nov-Dec 2001 v8 i6 p29(3)
UC users only

Hammer, Barbara.
"Filling the blank screens." In: Redding, Judith M. Film fatales: independent women directors / Judith M. Redding and Victoria A. Brownworth. Seattle: Seal Press ; [Emeryville, Calif.]: Distributed to the trade by Publishers Group West, c1997.
Main Stack PN1998.2.R43 1997

Hammer, Barbara.
"Middle-aged and Still Going Strong." (Bodies of Work: Ages of the Avant-Garde) Performing Arts Journal, n46 (Jan, 1994):47 (3 pages).

Hammer, Barbara.
"The Politics of Abstraction." In: Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video / editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. New York: Routledge, 1993.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993
Moffitt PN1995.9.H55.Q4 1993 PAGES: 70-75.

Haug, Kate.
"Barbara Hammer Bibliography." Wide Angle 1998 Jan, 20:1, 100-105. (UCB/Project Muse subscribers only)

Haug, Kate.
"An Interview with Barbara Hammer." Wide Angle 1998 Jan, 20:1, 64-93.
UC users only
" Part of a special issue on the work of three groundbreaking women experimental filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s: Carolee Schneemann, Barbara Hammer, and Chick Strand. An interview with Barbara Hammer. Hammer has been making films for more than 30 years, and the work she produced in the early to mid 1970s, after she came out as a lesbian, uses her sensory experience as a lesbian as its formal basis. These works, including Dyketactics (1974) and Double Strength (1978), all contain sexually explicit imagery and are some of the only works from this period that concentrate on framing the nude female body in its entirety and topics in the interview, including how she started making films, the reactions to her work in the early days of her filmmaking, her feelings at the description of her work as essentialist, the impetus for her work Available Space (1978), her use of film to get under the skin of another person, and her definition of her work as erotica rather than pornography." [Art Abstracts]

Haug, Kate. (ed. and introd.)
"Femme Experimentale." Wide Angle 1998 Jan, 20:1.
UC users only
Part of a special issue on the work of three groundbreaking women experimental filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s: Carolee Schneemann, Barbara Hammer, and Chick Strand. The writer places these filmmakers' work in a historical and critical context. Sexually explicit work by women appeared at a political moment when women's social roles were being reevaluated, and it must be seen as a necessary corollary to the political changes and social controversies of the time. In their films, Schneemann, Hammer, and Strand represented their sexuality as an integral part of their experience in a way that defied both the conventions of the nude and of Hollywood cinema. Although this practice adhered to the formal aspirations of the avant-garde and feminist concerns with the potential of the image to signify cultural change, these works were embraced by neither group. However, the filmmakers' marginalized historical position in no way lessens their impact on filmmaking and feminist art practice." [Art Abstracts] (UCB/Project Muse subscribers only)

"Lesbian Images in the Classic Film Era: Beth Mauldin talks with a lesbian film documentarian." (Interview). The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide Nov-Dec 2001 v8 i6 p29(3)
UC users only

Kleinhans, Chuck
"Barbara Hammer: lyrics and history." In: Women's experimental cinema : critical frameworks Robin Blaetz, editor. Durham : Duke University Press, 2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.E96 W68 2007
PFA PN1995.9.E96 W68 2007

Levy, Emanuel.
"Tender Fictions." (movie reviews) Variety v362, n4 (Feb 26, 1996):80 (1 page).

Meyers, Ellen; Armstrong, Toni, Jr.
"A Visionary Woman Creating Visions: Barbara Hammer." Hot Wire: The Journal of Women's Music and Culture 1991 May, 7:2, 42-44.

Olson, Jenni.
"Hammer's herstory." (lesbian filmmaker Barbara Hammer)(Brief Article) Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (June 20, 2000):103.

Simonds, Cylena.
"Spontaneous Combustion: An Interview with Barbara Hammer." Afterimage v21, n5 (Dec, 1993):5 (3 pages).

Tamblyn, Christine.
"No more nice girls: recent transgressive feminist art." Art Journal v 50 Summer 1991. p. 53-7.

Ventura, Jan.
"Barbara Hammer, woman of vision." High Performance v 11 Spring/Summer 1988. p. 18-19.

Willis H.; Hammer, B.
"Uncommom History - An Interview with Barbara Hammer" Film Quarterly, 1994 Summer, V47 N4:7-13.
"Barbara Hammer's films are known for being both stridently lesbian and boldly experimental. Some of her films are short portraits of lesbian life, while others are humorous works that play with mythological images of women and critique the patriarchal world. In most of her work, Hammer experiments with formal qualities, often using animation, superimpositions, and optical printing techniques. Her latest film, Nitrate Kisses (1992), takes all of these qualities to a new level and adds a strong intellectual edge. The film criticizes the marginalization of gays and lesbians from "common history" and offers an alternative (continued) history culled from eclectic sources. In an interview, Hammer discusses her work and the lesbian community" [Art Abstracts]

Women of vision: 18 Histories in Feminist Film and Video[Videorecording]
Profiles a variety of women active in independent-feminist film and video, including production, distribution and education, whose work expresses a variety of political and esthetic viewpoints. The three part video begins by profiling 6 women whose careers began in the Fifties and Sixties, then six women whose work coincided with the emergence of the women's movement in the Seventies; and six women whose careers began in the Eighties and Nineties.

Pt. 1. Creating an infrastructure: Carolee Schneemann, Pearl Bowser, Julia Reichert, Margaret Caples, Kate Horsfield, Constance Penley -- pt. 2. Lovers, mothers and mentors: Barbara Hammer, Michelle Citron, Susan Mogul, Juanita Mohammed, Vanalyne Green, Victoria Vesna -- pt. 3. Reassembly required: Carol Leigh, Frances Negron, Yvonne Welbon, Megan Cunningham, Eve Oishi, Valerie Soe. 1998. 83 min. Video/C 6994

Todd Haynes

See separate Todd Haynes bibliography

Alfred Hitchcock

See also Alfred Hitchcock bibliography

Barton, Sabrina.
"'Crisscross': Paranoia and Projection in Strangers on a Train." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture. / edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. pp: 216-38. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. Series Q
Main Stack HQ76.2.U5.O98 19952

Berenstein, Rhona J.
"'I'm Not the Sort of Person Men Marry': Monsters, Queers, and Hitchcock's Rebecca." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture. / edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. pp: 239-61.. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. Series Q
Main Stack HQ76.2.U5.O98 19952

Corber, Robert J.
"Hitchcock's Washington: Spectatorship, Ideology, and the 'Homosexual Menace' in Strangers on a Train." In: Hitchcock's America / edited by Jonathan Freedman and Richard Millington. pp: 99-121. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
Main Stack PN1998.3.H58.H575 1999

Corber, Robert J.
In the Name of National Security: Hitchcock, Homophobia, and the Political Construction of Gender in Postwar America / Robert J. Corber. Durham: Duke University Press, 1993. Series title: New Americanists.
UCB Main PN1998.3.H58 C67 1993
UCB Moffitt PN1998.3.H58 C67 1993

Corber, Robert J.
"Reconstructing Homosexuality: Hitchcock and the Homoerotics of Spectatorial Pleasure." Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture, vol. 13 no. 2. 1991 Spring-Summer. pp: 58-82.

Edelman, Lee.
"Piss Elegant: Freud, Hitchcock, and the Micturating Penis." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 2 no. 1-2. 1995. pp: 149-77.

Hepworth, John.
"Hitchcock's Homophobia." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. pp: 186-96. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. Series Q
Main Stack HQ76.2.U5.O98 19952

Knapp, Lucretia.
"The Queer Voice in Marnie." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. pp: 62-81. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. Series Q
Main Stack HQ76.2.U5.O98 19952
Also in: Cinema Journal v. 32 (Summer '93) p. 6-23.

Miller, D. A.
"Anal Rope." In: Inside/Out: Lesbian Theories, Gay Theories / edited by Diana Fuss. New York: Routledge, 1991.
Main Stack HQ76.25.I58 1991
Moffitt HQ76.25.I58 1991119-41.

Price, Theodore
Hitchcock and Homosexuality: his 50-year Obsession with Jack the Ripper and the Superbitch Prostitute: A Psychoanalytic View / by Theodore Price. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1992.
UCB Main PN1998.3.H58 P75 1992
UCB Moffitt PN1998.3.H58 P75 1992

Price, Theodore.
"Hitchcock and Homosexuality: The Truth about The Paradine Case." In: Film Conference of Kent State University (2nd: 1984) Sex and Love in Motion Pictures: Proceedings of the Second Annual Film Conference of Kent State University, April 11, 1984 / edited by Douglas Radcliff-Umstead. pp: 18-24. [Kent, Ohio]: Romance Languages Dept., Kent State University, c1984.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S45.F551 1984

Roth, M.
"Hitchcock's Secret Agency." Camera Obscura , /30, May 93; p.34-49.
Reveals the homosexual subtext in Hitchcock's "The secret agent", based on W. Somerset Maugham's short story collection 'Ashenden', and the relationship between the spy thriller genre and homosexuality.

Suarez, Juan A.
"The Rear View: Paranoia and Homosocial Desire in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window." In: Gender, I-Deology: Essays on Theory, Fiction and Film / edited by Chantal Cornut-Gentille D'Arcy and Jose Angel Garcia Landa. pp: 359-69. Amsterdam; Atlanta: Rodopi, 1996. Postmodern Studies; 16
Main Stack PN56.F46.G46 1996

Wood, Robin.
"The Murderous Gays: Hitchcock's Homophobia." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. pp: 197-215. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. Series Q
Main Stack HQ76.2.U5.O98 19952

Derek Jarman

Baker, Rob.
"Three inconoclasts: Derek Jarman, Cyril Collard & John Greyson." In: The art of AIDS / Rob Baker. New York: Continuum, 1994.
Main Stack NX180.A36.B35 1994
Moffitt NX180.A36.B35 1994

Brabazon, Tara.
"At Your Own Risk: Derek Jarman and the (Semiotic) Death of a Film Maker." Social Semiotics, vol. 3 no. 2. 1993. pp: 183-200.

Brabazon, Tara.
"Reading Tilda: A Swinton Guide through Bodily Textualisation." Social Semiotics, vol. 4 no. 1-2. 1994. pp: 9-30.

By Angels Driven: The Films of Derek Jarman
Edited by Chris Lippard. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. Series title: Contributions to the study of popular culture no. 58.
UCB Main PN1998.3.J3 B9 1996

Christopher, Thomas.
"At the Sea's Edge: filmmaker Derek Jarman's last creation was a garden built on a bleak, stony shore." Horticulture, v96, n1 (Jan-Feb, 1999):64 (5 pages).

Derek Jarman: a portrait
Introduction by Roger Wollen; with contributions by James Cary Parkes ... [et al.]. New York: Thames and Hudson, 1996.
UCB Moffitt PN1998.3.J371 D471 1996
UCB Morrison PN1998.3.J371 D471 1996

Derek Jarman : brutal beauty
Curated by Isaac Julien ; foreword Julia Peyton-Jones and Hans Ulrich Obrist ; [essay] Tilda Swinton ; introduction Isaac Julien ; essay Chrissie Iles ; Blue, Derek Jarman. London : Koenig Books, 2008.
MAIN: PN1998.3.J3 D47 2008

"Derek Jarman, 52, outspoken British film maker." (Obituary) New York Times v143 (Mon, Feb 21, 1994):C7(N), D8(L), col 4, 11 col in.

Dillon, Steven
Derek Jarman and lyric film: the mirror and the sea. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2004.
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Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip048/2003018566.html

Ellis, Jim.
Queer Period: Derek Jarman's Renaissance. In: Out Takes: Essays on Queer Theory and Film / edited by Ellis Hanson. pp: 288-315. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1999. Series title: Series Q.
UCB Main PN1995.9.H55 O88 1999

Grundmann, Roy
"History and the Gay Viewfinder: An Interview with Derek." Jarman Cineaste 18:4 (1991) 24
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Hacker, Jonathan.
"Derek Jarman." In: Take ten: contemporary British film directors / Jonathan Hacker and David Price. Oxford [England]: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
Main Stack PN1998.2.H33 1991

Hobbs, Christopher.
"Derek Jarman." (British producer/director) Sight and Sound v4, n4 (April, 1994):7.

Jarman, Derek
Chroma: A Book of Color / Derek Jarman. 1st American ed. Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press, 1995.
UCB Moffitt NX650.C676 J37 1995

Jarman, Derek
Dancing Ledge / Derek Jarman; edited by Shaun Allen. London; New York: Quartet Books, 1984. Series title: A Quartet original.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 J4531 1984
UCB Moffitt PN1998.3.J3 A3 1993 (a newer edition)

Jarman, Derek
Kicking the pricks / Derek Jarman. 1st American ed. Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press, 1997.
UCB Main PN1998.3.J3 A3 1997

Jarman, Derek
The last of England / Derek Jarman ; edited by David L. Hurst. London: Constable, 1987.
Main Stack PN1998.J371 1987

Jarman, Derek
Up in the air: collected film scripts / Derek Jarman ; with an introduction by Michael O'Pray. London, England: Vintage, 1996.
Main Stack PN1997.A1.J37 1996

Kennedy, Harlan.
"The Two Gardens of Derek Jarman." Film Comment v29, n6 (Nov-Dec, 1993):28 (7 pages).

Lippard, Chris and Johnson, Guy.
"Private practice, public health: the politics of sickness and the films of Derek Jarman." In: British cinema and Thatcherism: fires were started Edited by Lester Friedman. London: UCL Press, 1993.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993
Moffitt PN1993.5.G7.B74 1993

Moor, Andrew
"Spirit and matter: romantic mythologies in the films of Derek Jarman." In: Territories of desire in queer culture: refiguring contemporary boundaries / edited by David Alderson and Linda Anderson. Manchester, U.K. ; New York: Manchester University Press: Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Main Stack HQ76.25.T477 2000

MacCabe, Colin.
"Derek Jarman: Obituary." (Obituary) Critical Quarterly v36, n1 (Spring, 1994):III (6 pages).
The British filmmaker Derek Jarman died on Feb 19, 1994. The two defining features of Jarman's paintings, writings and films were his sexuality and nationality. Jarman's collaboration with Ken Russell in 'The Devils' and 'The Savage Messiah' were his first involvement with filmmaking. Jarman was fascinated with the past and he explored history with special focus on homosexual desire and male sexuality in movies such as 'Sebastiane.' After Jarman discovered he was HIV positive, his films, such as 'The Garden' and 'The Last of England,' reflected a serenity.

Moor, Andrew
Spirit and matter: romantic mythologies in the films of Derek Jarman." In: Territories of desire in queer culture: refiguring contemporary boundaries / edited by David Alderson and Linda Anderson. Manchester, U.K. ; New York: Manchester University Press: Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Main Stack HQ76.25.T477 2000

Morrison, Richard.
"Derek Jarman: The Final Interview, Thursday, November 18, 1993." Art & Understanding: The International Magazine of Literature and Art About AIDS, vol. 3 no. 1. 1994 Apr. pp: 17-22.

Oliver, Myrna.
"Derek Jarman; critically praised British filmmaker." (Obituary) Los Angeles Times v113 (Thu, Feb 24, 1994):A16, col 1, 13 col in.

O'Pray, Michael.
Derek Jarman: dreams of England / Michael O'Pray. London: British Film Institute, 1996.
Main PN1998.3.J3 O67 1996

O'Pray, Michael.
"If You Want to Make Films." Sight and Sound, 1994 July. pp: 20-22.

Peake, Tony.
Derek Jarman: a biography / Tony Peake. Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press, 2000.
Main Stack PN1998.3.J3.P43 2000

Pencak, William
The films of Derek Jarman / William Pencak. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., c2002.
Main Stack PN1998.3.J3.P46 2002

Pinfold, Michael John.
"The Performance of Queer Masculinity in Derek Jarman's Sebastiane." Film Criticism v23, n1 (Fall, 1998):74.

Richardson, Niall.
The queer cinema of Derek Jarman : critical and cultural readings / Niall Richardson. London : I. B. Tauris, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.J3 R53 2009
Contents: What's queer? : queer theory versus queer politics -- Queer cinema -- Men's bodies 1 : rough trade and sugar daddies -- Men's bodies 2 : the masochistic hero -- Women's bodies 1 : the queer performance of Tilda Swinton -- Women's bodies 2 : sublime femininity -- The legacy of Jean Genet on film -- AIDS and its metaphors : (re)imaging the syndrome.

Satuloff, Bob.
"I Just Called to Say I Hate You." (Cover Story) Christopher Street v14, n18 (March 16, 1992):3 (3 pages).
British director Derek Jarman is an activist whose motion picture, 'Edward II' shows his personality as a vindictive and jealous gay. Though the anger some gay people feel about their situation and the AIDS problem is understandable, some are extremely angry and frustrated. Jarman belongs to the latter group.

Schwenger, Peter.
"Derek Jarman and the Colour of the Mind's Eye." University of Toronto Quarterly, vol. 65 no. 2. 1996 Spring. pp: 419-26.

Smith, Cherry.
"Queer Questions." Sight and Sound v2, n5 (Sept, 1992):34 (2 pages).

Watney, Simon.
"Derek Jarman 1942-94: A Political Death." (Obituary) Artforum v32, n9 (May, 1994):84 (3 pages).

Woods, Chris.
"Derek Jarman Breaks the Rules." Advocate, n593 (Dec 31, 1991):64 (3 pages).
British film director Derek Jarman challenges Britain's Conservative government regarding gay issues. His works draw much criticism for addressing unpopular questions about homosexuality, particularly his latest film Edward II. Jarman, infected with the HIV virus, practices safe sex through necessity but strives to escape it.

Wymer, Rowland.
Derek Jarman Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press, 2005.
MAIN: PN1998.3.J3 W96 2005

Wyatt, Justin.
"Autobiography, Home Movies, and Derek Jarman's History Lesson." In: Between the Sheets, in the Streets: Queer, Lesbian, Gay Documentary / Chris Holmlund and Cynthia Fuchs, editors. pp: 158-72. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997. Series title: Visible evidence; v. 1.
UCB Main P96.D622 U63 1997

Caravaggio

Darnton, Nina.
"Idea for 'Caravaggio' came from art dealer." (movie based on painter's life) New York Times v135 (Fri, Aug 29, 1986):17(N), C8(L), col 3, 6 col in.

Goodman, Walter.
"Caravaggio." (movie reviews) New York Times v135 (Fri, Aug 29, 1986):19(N), C15(L), col 1, 10 col in.

Jarman, Derek
Derek Jarman's Caravaggio: The Complete Film Script and Commentaries / by Derek Jarman; photographs by Gerald Incandela. Londo: Thames and Hudson, 1986.
UCB Main PN1997 .C261 1986

Tweedie, James.
"The Suspended Spectacle of History: The Tableau Vivant in Derek Jarman's Caravaggio." Screen. 44 (4): 379-403. 2003 Winter.

East Palace West Palace

Berry, Chris.
"Asian Values, Family Values: Film, Video, and Lesbian and Gay Identities." Journal of Homosexuality, Vol 40(3/4), 211-231
UC users only
Author's Abstract: "In a recent essay about gay life in Asia, Dennis Altman (1995) noted that "the past decade has seen the growth of a commercial gay world beyond its few existing bastions such as Bangkok and Tokyo to cover most of the countries of Asia." In a previous article focusing on East Asia, the author pointed out that this development is being complemented by increased film and video representation of gay men and, to a lesser extent, lesbians and other queer characters and communities. Some of those East Asian film and video representations are examined. Altman also notes in reference to "The Wedding Banquet," the representation of these emergent Asian gay communities is itself notably lacking in these films. Where Altman sees this lack of representative depiction as a failing, this article operates from a different basic understanding of the nature and function of cultural representation. It is asserted that these films do not necessarily tell us about the empirical realities of gay lives in East Asian communities, but they do tell us something of what it means to be gay in East Asian cultures. The types of films and videos from East Asia, which center on gay and other queer characters, are the focus of this paper and are broken into three categories: 1) feature films aimed at a mainstream market and the general culture in which they are produced; 2) independent short films and videos shot by gay Asian men; and, 3) a crossover category of features that could be said to be festival or art house films, with a niche market. Several models are discussed." [Sexual Diversity Studies]

Berry, Chris.
"East Palace, West Palace Staging gay life in China." Jumpcut. no. 42, December 1998, pp. 84-89.
UC users only

Berry, Chris.
"Happy Alone? Sad Young Men in East Asian Gay Cinema." (Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):187.
UC users only
Author Abstract: "This essay chooses as its texts three films representing contemporary gay male subjects from each of the "three" China's: HK, Taiwan, and the Mainland. Relocating the homoerotic image of the "sad young man," a trope popular from Hollywood rebellion films of the 1950s and 1960s, to contemporary China, I discuss how this masculine icon has been transformed from one of heroic rebellion to one of existential isolation. Indeed, as the politics of both the outmoded Confucian family and fractured Chinese nationhood intersect, what the sad young (gay) man rebels against is a political fluctuation which is no longer fixed; as the young man's opposition is no longer fixed, so too does he become alienated even from his own rebellious cause." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Kuoshu, Harry H.
"East Palace, West Palace: To Understand Queer Lives." In: Metro movies: cinematic urbanism in post-Mao China. Carbondale [Ill.] : Southern Illinois University Press, 2011.
Full-text available online [UC Berkeley users only]

Liang Shi.
"Beginning a New Discourse: The First Chinese Lesbian Film Fish and Elephant." Film Criticism. M Spring 2004. Vol. 28, Iss. 3; pg. 21, 17 pgs
"UC users only

Lim, Song Hwee.
"The uses of femininity : Chen Kaige's Farewell my concubine and Zhang Yuan's East palace, west palace." In: Celluloid comrades : representations of male homosexuality in contemporary Chinese cinemas / Song Hwee Lim. Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press, 2006.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.L56 2006

Rayns, Tony
"Provoking Desire." Sight and Sound 6:7 (July 1996) e p. 26-29,3
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"The blacklisted Zhang Yuan has just made China's first gay film, hitEast hitPalace, hitWest hitPalace. In Beijing he talks with Rayns, whose diary also looks at censorship in China and Zhang's play of the film." {IIPA]

Reynaud, Berenice
"Up from the Underground: Zhang Yuan: A Sixth Generation Case Study." Film Comment 39:5 (September-October 2003) p. 58-59
"UC users only

Edward II

Bronski, Michael.
"Edward II." (movie reviews) Gay Community News v19, n37-38 (April 19, 1992):16 (2 pages).

Cardullo, Bert
"Outing" Edward, Outfitting Marlowe: Derek Jarman's Film of "Edward II." Literature Film Quarterly, 2009, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p86-96, 11p
"UC users only

"Damning desire." (Interview) Sight and Sound v1, n6 (Oct, 1991):8 (4 pages).
Derek Jarman's new film 'Edward II' presents Edward's illicit love affair with Gaveston and the consequences of this affair. Jarman opines that he heeded the advice of Annie Lennox regarding lighting in certain scenes such as the pyjama party. He states that the associate director shot the scene between Gaveston, Edward and others.

Ehrenstein, David.
"Edward II." (movie reviews) Advocate, n600 (April 7, 1992):79.

Frith, Simon.
"Queer Edward II." (book reviews) Sight and Sound v1, n8 (Dec, 1991):32.

Holden, Stephen.
"Edward II." (Living Arts Pages) (movie reviews) New York Times v141 (Fri, March 20, 1992):B6(N), C16(L), col 1, 20 col in.

Horger, J.
"Derek Jarman's Film Adaptation of Marlowe's Edward II." Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship, vol. 11 no. 4. 1993 Fall. pp: 37-40.

Jarman, Derek
Queer Edward II. London: British Film Institute Pub., c1991 (1992 printing).
UCB Main PN1997 .Q375 1991
UCB Moffitt PN1997 .Q375 1991

McCabe, Colin.
"A Post-National European Cinema: A Consideration of Derek Jarman's The Tempest and Edward II." In: Screening Europe: Image and Identity in Contemporary European Cinema / edited by Duncan Petrie. pp: 9-18. London: BFI Publishing, 1992. BFI working papers
Main Stack PN1993.5.E8.S33 1992

MacCabe, Colin.
"Throne of Blood." (Derek Jarman directs new movie 'Edward II') Sight and Sound v1, n6 (Oct, 1991):12 (3 pages).
Derek Jarman's new movie 'Edward II' reveals his homosexuality and his Englishness. Jarman has used the text of Christopher Marlowe's play 'Edward II' to project the problems of modern society. Jarman depicts the death of Marlowe, which remains a mystery, and the link between power and sex in Marlowe's life.

O'Pray, Mike.
"Damning Desire." Sight and Sound, 1991 Oct. pp: 8-11.

Prasch, Thomas.
"Edward II." (movie reviews) American Historical Review v98, n4 (Oct, 1993):1164 (3 pages).

Richardson, Niall.
"The Queer Performance of Tilda Swinton in Derek Jarman's Edward II: Gay Male Misogyny Reconsidered." Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society. 6 (3-4): 427-42. 2003 Nov.

Romney, Jonathan.
"Edward II." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v1, n7 (Nov, 1991):41 (2 pages).

Spufford, Francis.
"Edward II." (movie reviews) TLS. Times Literary Supplement, n4624 (Nov 15, 1991):19 (1 page).

Travers, Peter.
"Edward II." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone, n627 (April 2, 1992):41 (2 pages).

The Tempest

See Shakespeare on Film Bibliography

To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar

Aimone, Joseph O.
"Undressing Crazy Jane: Queer Acts from Yeats to Hollywood and Mine." In: Straight with a twist : queer theory and the subject of heterosexuality / edited by Calvin Thomas. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2000.
MAIN: PS228.S42 S77 2000
MOFF: PS228.S42 S77 2000

Bergh, Patricia A.
"No Body's Perfect: Men Playing Women." West Virginia University Philological Papers, 2001

Brookey, R.A.; Westerfelhaus, R.
"Pistols and petticoats, piety and purity: "To Wong Foo," the queering of the American monomyth, and the marginalizing discourse of deification." Critical Studies in Media Communication, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 141-156, June 2001
UC users only

Evans, Alex.
"How Homo Can Hollywood Be? Remaking Queer Authentic from To Wong Foo to BrokebackMountain." Journal of Film & Video, Winter2009, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p41-54, 14p
UCB users only

Hammond, Joyce.
"Drag Queen as Angel: Transformation and Transcendence in To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar." Journal of Popular Film and Television, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 106-14, October 1996
UC users only

Kane, Kathryn.
"Passing as Queer and Racing toward Whiteness: To Wong Foo, Thanks But No Thanks." Genders, vol. 42, pp. 45 paragraphs, 2005
UC users only

Kirk, Mary.
"Kind of a Drag: Gender, Race, and Ambivalence in The Birdcage and To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar." Journal of Homosexuality, vol. 46, no. 3-4, pp. 169-80, 2004
UC users only
This paper examines the ways in which two Hollywood films featuring drag queens, Too Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar and The Birdcage, offer a kind of both/and look at the complexities of gender, sexuality, race, and culture, simultaneously challenging some institutionalized attitudes (especially heterosexism) while reinforcing others (especially sexism and racism)-making the use of drag as a locus of discovery in both films, at best, ambivalent.

Krimmer, Elisabeth
"Nobody Wants to Be a Man Anymore: Cross-dressing in American Movies of the 90s" In: Subverting masculinity : hegemonic and alternative versions of masculinity in contemporary culture edited by Russell West and Frank Lay. Amsterdam ; Atlanta : Rodopi, c 2000.
Anthropology HQ1090.S83 2000
Main Stack HQ1090.S83 2000

Norton, Jody
"Brain Says You're a Girl, But I Think You're a Sissy Boy": Cultural Origins of Transphobia." International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies Volume 2, Number 2 / April, 1997
UC users only

Willis, Sharron
"Race on the Road: Crossover Dreams." In: The road movie book / edited by Steven Cohan and Ina Rae Hark. London ; New York : Routledge, 1997.
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main Stack PN1995.9.R63.R63 1997

Wittgenstein

Darke, Chris.
"Wittgenstein." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v3, n4 (April, 1993):63 (1 page).

Elley, Derek.
"Wittgenstein." (movie reviews) Variety v350, n3 (Feb 15, 1993):86 (1 page).

Kauffmann, Stanley.
"Wittgenstein." (movie reviews) New Republic v209, n15 (Oct 11, 1993):38 (2 pages).

Klawans, Stuart.
"Wittgenstein." (movie reviews) Nation v257, n10 (Oct 4, 1993):364 (3 pages).

Maslin, Janet.
"Wittgenstein." (movie reviews) New York Times v143 (Sat, Sept 18, 1993):12(N), col 1, 13 col in.; v142 (Fri, Sept 17, 1993):C15(L), col 1, 12 col in.

Monk, Ray.
"Wittgenstein." (movie reviews) TLS. Times Literary Supplement, n4694 (March 19, 1993):16.

O'Pray, Michael.
"Philosophical Extras." (Derek Jarman's film 'Wittgenstein') Sight and Sound v3, n4 (April, 1993):24 (2 pages).
Derek Jarman recently directed 'Wittgenstein,' a film written by Terry Eagleton. 'Wittgenstein' focuses on both the torment and humor of the philospher's life, as it explores his boyhood, homosexuality, and association with the Bloomsbury group in England. In his questioning of authority and his homosexuality, Derek Jarman resembles Wittgenstein. Parallels between Wittgenstein's and Jarman's experiences are particularly evident in the scenes concerned with the philospher's childhood.

Romney, Jonathan.
"Wittgenstein." (movie reviews) New Statesman & Society v6, n245 (March 26, 1993):33 (1 page).

Seligman, Craig.
"Wittgenstein." (movie reviews) Advocate, n636 (August 24, 1993):71.

Romney, Jonathan. "Wittgenstein." (movie reviews) New Statesman & Society v6, n245 (March 26, 1993):33.

Wittgenstein: the Terry Eagleton script, the Derek Jarman film.
London: BFI Pub., 1993.
Moffitt PN1997.W5863.W55 1993

Issac Julien

Garfield, Kim.
""Rebel with a camera." (film maker Isaac Julien) Advocate, n592 (Dec 17, 1991):98 (2 pages).
Julien, who is gay and black, celebrates the differences that occur in all types of relationships in his latest movie 'Young Soul Rebels.' The movie depicts both a straight and a gay interracial relationship.

Grundmann, Roy.
"Black nationhood and the rest in the West: an interview with Isaac Julien." (British filmmaker) (Interview) Cineaste v21, n1-2 (Wntr-Spring, 1995):28 (3 pages).

"Interview with Isaac Julien." In: Struggles for Representation: African American Documentary Film and Video
Edited by Phyllis R. Klotman and Janet K. Cutler. pp: 364-71. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1999.
Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.S77 1999

Jarvik, Laurence.
"British bad boy." (black-British film maker Isaac Julien) American Film v16, n6 (June, 1991):10 (1 page).

Keighron, Peter.
"Into a rare groove." (film maker Isaac Julien) (Film 1) (interview) New Statesman & Society v4, n165 (August 23, 1991):29 (2 pages). Taubin, Amy. "Soul to soul." (interview with Isaac Julien on films he directed) (interview) Sight and Sound v1, n4 (August, 1991):14 (4 pages).

Savage, Jon; Julien, Isaac.
"Queering the Pitch: a Conversation." Critical Quarterly v36, n1 (Spring, 1994):1 (12 pages).

Taubin, Amy.
"Soul to Soul." (interview with Isaac Julien on films he directed) (interview) Sight and Sound v1, n4 (August, 1991):14 (4 pages).

Maria Maggenti

Maggenti, Maria.
"Cinema Verite." (making 'gay films') (Column) Advocate, n690 (Sept 19, 1995):18.

Review, and interview with filmmaker Maria Maggenti Cineaste v21, n4 (Fall, 1995):41

The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love

Review, and interview with filmmaker Maria Maggenti (Cineaste v21, n4 (Fall, 1995):41

Bono, Chastity.
"The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love." (movie reviews) Advocate, n683 (June 13, 1995):58 (2 pages); Advocate, n684 (June 27, 1995):53 (5 pages).

James, Caryn.
"The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love."(movie reviews) New York Times v144 (Fri, June 16, 1995):B3(N), C3(L), col 1, 16 col in.

Kaufmann, Stanley.
"The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love."(movie reviews) New Republic v213, n5 (July 31, 1995):26 (2 pages).

Levy, Emanuel.
"The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love."(movie reviews) Variety v358, n1 (Feb 6, 1995):75 (2 pages).

Ulrike Ottinger

See German Film bibliography

Pratibha Parmar

"Identities, Passions and Commitments: An interview with the British Filmmaker Pratibha Parmar."
LOLApress: International Feminist Journal 04-30-2000 N.12 p. 36 UCB users only

Kaplan, E. Ann.
"An Interview with Pratibha Parmar." Quarterly Review of Film and Video. 17 (2): 85-105. 2000 June.,

Pier Paolo Pasolini

See separate Passolini bibliography

Monika Treut

Alter, Nora M.
"Triangulating Performances: Looking after Genre, after Feature." In: In: Triangulated Visions: Women in Recent German Cinema / edited by Ingeborg Majer O'Sickey and Ingeborg von Zadow. pp: 11-27 Albany: State University of New York Press, c1998. SUNY series in feminist criticism and theory SUNY series, cultural studies in cinema/video.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.T75 1998

Cormican, Muriel.
"Pro-Porn Rhetoric and the Cinema of Monika Treut." Women in German Yearbook, 2003, Issue 19, p179-199, 21p
UC users only

Fox, Steve.
"Coming to America." (interview with German film maker Monika Treut) (Interview) Cineaste v19, n1 (Wntr, 1992):63 (2 pages).
UC users only
The movies 'Seduction: The Cruel Woman' and 'Virgin Machine' had to be brought from Germany to the US because the US offers more personal freedom, cheaper film making opportunities and audiences more open-minded about the films' sexual content. 'Coming to America' is, of course, the common theme of those movies which reflect a common German dream. As to female exploitation in films, feminists should go beyond fighting sexual portrayals of women since many of them find it hard to draw the line between art and pornography. They should also tackle social issues such as equal pay.

Gemunden, Gerd; Kuzniar, Alice; Phillips, Klaus.
"From 'Taboo Parlor' to Porn and Passing: An Interview with Monika Treut." Film Quarterly v50, n3 (Spring, 1997):2 (11 pages).
German-born lesbian filmmaker Monika Treut discusses the films she has made and the different attitudes toward homosexuality the US and Germany. Her earlier films focused on lesbians coming out. Her current projects explore the multiplicity of sexual identities and genders.

Gemunden, Gerd.
"How American Is It? The United States as Queer Utopia in the Cinema of Monika Treut." In: A user's guide to German cultural studies / edited by Scott Denham, Irene Kacandes, and Jonathan Petropoulos. pp: 333-53. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c1997. Social history, popular culture, and politics in Germany.
Main Stack DD67.U74 1997

Gemunden, Gerd.
"The queer utopia of Monika Treut." In: Framed visions: popular culture, Americanization, and the contemporary German and Austrian imagination / Gerd Gemunden. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c1998. Social history, popular culture, and politics in Germany.
Main Stack NX550.A1.G385 1998

Kilicbay, Baris.
"Subjugation and power in Monica Treut and Elfi Mikesch's Seduction, the Cruel Woman: an extension of the configuration of power in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's late oeuvre." In: Griffiths, Robin. Queer cinema in Europe. Bristol, UK ; Chicago : Intellect Books, 2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H55 G75 2008

Klotz, Marcia.
"The Queer and Unqueer Spaces of Monika Treut's Films." In: In: Triangulated Visions: Women in Recent German Cinema / edited by Ingeborg Majer O'Sickey and Ingeborg von Zadow. pp: 65-77 Albany: State University of New York Press, c1998. SUNY series in feminist criticism and theory SUNY series, cultural studies in cinema/video.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.T75 1998

Knight, Julia.
"The Meaning of Treut?" In: Immortal, Invisible: Lesbians and the Moving Image/ edited by Tamsin. pp: 34-51. Wilton. London; New York: Routledge, 1995.
UCB Main PN1995.9.L48 I45 1995

Knight, Julia.
"Off Our Backs." (criticism of German director Monika Treut's films) Sight and Sound v2, n2 (June, 1992):30 (2 pages).

Knight, Julia.
"Female Misbehaviour: The Cinema of Monika Treut." In: Women and Film: a Sight and Sound Reader
Edited by Pam Cook and Philip Dodd.. pp: 180-85. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993.
UCB Main PN1995.9.W6 W63 1993
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.W6 W63 1993

Kuzniar, Alice A.
"Lesbians abroad: the queer nationhood of Monika Treut et al." In: The queer German cinema / Alice A. Kuzniar.p. 157-73. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, c2000.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.K89 2000

Levin, David.
"This Cinema That Is Not One? Monika Treut and a Deterritorialized German Cinema." In: A new Germany in a new Europe / Todd Herzog and Sander L. Gilman, editors. pp: 131-39 New York: Routledge, 2001.
Main Stack DD290.26.N48 2001

Mennel, Barbara.
"Wanda's Whip: Recasting Masochism's Fantasy: Monika Treut's Seduction: The Cruel Woman. In: Triangulated Visions: Women in Recent German Cinema / edited by Ingeborg Majer O'Sickey and Ingeborg von Zadow. pp: 153-62 Albany: State University of New York Press, c1998. SUNY series in feminist criticism and theory SUNY series, cultural studies in cinema/video.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.T75 1998

Monk, Claire.
"Seduction: The Cruel Woman." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v3, n5 (May, 1993):59 (2 pages).

Reimann, Andrea.
"New German Cinema's Boundaries Opened: Postmodern Authorship and Nationality in Monika Treut's Films of the 1980s." In: Writing against boundaries: nationality, ethnicity and gender in the German-speaking context / editors, Barbara Kosta and Helga Kraft. pp: 177-96. Amsterdam ; New York, NY: Rodopi, 2003.
Main Stack PT91.W75 2003

Richardson, Colin
"Monika Treut: an outlaw at home." In: A Queer romance: lesbians, gay men, and popular culture / edited by Paul Burston and Colin Richardson. London ; New York: Routledge, 1995.
Main Stack HQ76.25.Q38 1995

Saunders, Michael William
"Monstrous documentaries: Rosa von Praunheim and Monika Treut." In: Imps of the perverse: gay monsters in film / Michael William Saunders. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1998.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.S28 1998

Steffensen, Jyanni.
"Epistemological Sadism: Queering the Phallus in Monica Treut's Seduction." Atlantis: a Women's Studies Journal/Revue D'Etudes Sur la Femme. 23(1):137-45. 1998 Fall. 2J6,

Treut, Monika.
"Female Misbehavior." In: Feminisms in the Cinema / edited by Laura Pietropaolo and Ada Testaferri. pp: 106-21 Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1995.
Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.F455 1995

Treut, Monika
Die grausame Frau: zum Frauenbild bei de Sade und Sacher-Masoch Basel: Stroemfeld/Roter Stern, c1984.
Main Stack PQ2063.S3 T731 1984

Treut, Monika
"Die Zeremonie der blutenden Rose." Frauen und Film; nr.36 (Feb 1984); p.35-43
West German director M.T. writes about her studies of sado-masochism, esp. its present-day lesbian variant, as a preparation for a film project.

Wilke, Sabine.
"The Body Politic of Performance, Literature, and Film: Mimesis and Citation in Valie Export, Elfriede Jelinek, and Monika Treut." Paragraph. 22(3):228-47. 1999 Nov
UC users only

Wilke, Sabine.
"The Sexual Woman and Her Struggle for Sexuality: Cruel Women in Sade, Sacher-Masoch, and Treut." Women in German Yearbook: Feminist Studies in German Literature & Culture. 14:245-60. 1999

My Father Is Coming

Fox, S. "Coming to America." (Interview). Cineaste XIX/1, 92; p.63-64. illus.
German independent filmmaker M.T. talks about 'Coming to America' themes in her films "My Father is Coming" and "Die Jungfrauenmaschine", as well as her thoughts on feminism, art and pornography, and her future projects.

Glaessner, Verina
"My Father Is Coming." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound Nov 1992 v2 n7 p49(1)

Holden, Stephen
"My Father Is Coming." (movie reviews) The New York Times Nov 22, 1991 v141 pB4(N) pC12(L) col 5 (10 col in)

Kuzniar, Alice.
"Comparative Gender." Spectator: The University of Southern California Journal of Film & Television, Fall1994, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p50-59, 10p

Laermer, Richard
"Underground gay movie goes mainstream." ('My Father is Coming') The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) Nov 19, 1991 n590 p79(1)

Victor, Victoria

Bernstein, Mark
"Victor/Victoria: It's 'Mary Poppins in Drag'" Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, vol. 28, pp. 11-12, 1983 Apr
http://www.ejumpcut.org/home.html

Clarens, C.
"Masculine/feminine, feminine/masculine {Victor/Victoria}." Film Comment, v. 18 (May/June 1982) p. 18-19.

Cohan, Steve
"'I Think I Could Fall in Love with Him': Victor/Victoria and the 'Drag' of Romantic Comedy" In: Terms of endearment : Hollywood romantic comedy of the 1980s and 1990s / edited by Peter William Evans and Celestino Deleyto. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, c1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.C55 T47 1998

Fernández, Véronique
"'People Believe What They See': Clothing and Gender(s) in Victor/Victoria." Lectora: Revista de Dones i Textualitat, vol. 7, pp. 73-78, 2001

Herrmann, Anne.
""Passing" women: performing men." Michigan Quarterly Review, 1991, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p60-71, 12p

Kolasinska, Iwona
"Beyond Gender: The Third Sex: Cinema and Transsexuality." Gender in Film & the Media; 2000, p165-176, 11p
UC users only

Luhr, William; Lehman, Peter.
"Crazy World Full of Crazy Contradictions': Blake Edwards' Victor/Victoria." Wide Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 4-13, 1983 Reprinted in Screening the Past, Issue 30

Nelson, Jeffrey.
"Homosexuality in Hollywood films: A contemporary paradox" Critical Studies in Media Communication, Volume 2, Issue 1 March 1985 , pages 54 - 64
UC users only

Nolletti, Jr., Arthur.
"Gay Trappings and Straight Truths: A Study of Blake Edwards' Victor/Victoria." Film Criticism, Spring82, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p41-52, 12p
UC users only

Sikov, Ed
"Victor/Victoria." Film Quarterly Vol. 36, No. 1 (Autumn, 1982), pp. 46-50
UC users only

Straayer, Chris.
"Redressing the "natural": the temporary transvestite film." Wide Angle, 1992, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p36-55, 20p
Straayer, Chris. "Redressing the "natural": the temporary transvestite film." In: Film genre reader III / edited by Barry Keith Grant. Austin, Tex. : University of Texas Press, 2003.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995 .F45793 2003
Moffitt PN1995 .F45793 2003
PFA PN1995 .F45793 2003

Virgin Machine

"Acting up." (an actress's role in Monika Treut's 'Virgin Machine')
Sight and Sound v4, n8 (August, 1994):61.
An actress describes her role in Monika Treut's film 'Virgin Machine' on lesbians and praises Treut's talents as a director. She is happy over the unexpected success of the film and viewed it in a cinema to understand the audience's reaction to her performance. She wants to act in more of Treut's films as they picture hidden facets of life.

Bower, Kathrin.
"Outing Hybridity: Polymorphism, Identity, and Desire in Monika Treut's Virgin Machine." European Studies Journal, 2000 Spring, 17:1, 23-40.

Flinn, Carol.
"The Body in the (Virgin) Machine." Arachne: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Humanities, vol. 3 no. 2. 1996. pp: 48-66.

Fox, S. "Coming to America." (Interview). Cineaste XIX/1, 92; p.63-64. illus.
German independent filmmaker M.T. talks about 'Coming to America' themes in her films "My Father is Coming" and "Die Jungfrauenmaschine", as well as her thoughts on feminism, art and pornography, and her future projects.

Gemunden, Gerd.
"From Taboo Parlor to Porn and Passing: An Interview with Monika Treut." Film Quarterly, vol. 50 no. 3. 1997 Spring. pp: 2-12.
UCB users only
"German-born lesbian filmmaker Monika Treut discusses the films she has made and the different attitudes toward homosexuality the US and Germany. Her earlier films focused on lesbians coming out. Her current projects explore the multiplicity of sexual identities and genders." [Expanded Academic Index]

James, Caryn.
"Virgin Machine." (Living Arts Pages) (movie reviews) New York Times v138 (Fri, Feb 10, 1989):B10(N), C15(L), col 1, 8 col in.

Knight, Julia.
"The Meaning of Treut?" In: Immortal, Invisible: Lesbians and the Moving Image / edited by Tamsin Wilton. pp: 34-51. London; New York: Routledge, 1995.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L48.I45 1995

Monk, Clair
"Die Jungfrauenmaschine (Virgin machine)." (Synopsis+Review). Sight & Sound III/7, July 93; p.44-45.

Saalfield, Catherine.
"Monika Treut: documentarian." Independent (Foundation for Independent Video & Film), Oct 1993, Vol. 16, p17-18, 2p

Simon, Sinka.
"Out of Hollywood: Monika Treut's Virgin Machine and Percy Adlon's Bagdad Cafe." In: Queering the canon: defying sights in German literature and culture / edited by Christoph Lorey and John L. Plews. pp: 383-402 Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1998. Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture (Unnumbered)
Main Stack PT71.Q44 1998

Straayer, Chris
"Lesbian Narratives and Queer Characters in Monika Treut's Virgin Machine." Journal of Film and Video XLV/2-3, Summer-Fall 93; p.24-39.
UC users only
The narrative of Monika Treut's "Die Jungfrauenmaschine", in common with that of much lesbian literature, rejects linearity along with the romantic nature of the monogamous couple.

Gus Van Sant

Block, Adam.
"Sex & Drugs." (film director Gus Van Sant) (interview) Mother Jones v16, n5 (Sept-Oct, 1991):42 (2 pages).

Block, Adam; Ehrenstein, David.
"Inside Outsider Gus Van Sant. (includes related article on River Phoenix's contributions to "My Own Private Idaho") (interview) Advocate n586 (Sept 24, 1991):80 (5 pages).

Ehrenstein, David.
"Gus Van Sant is an exception among gay filmmakers." The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) n586 (Sept 24, 1991 n586): 85(1).

"Interviews: Gus Van Sant" [videorecording]
Media Center Video/C 4000:1993:8

Kotwal, Kaizaad
"An Interview with Gus Van Sant." Film Journal, vol. 1, no. 5, pp. [no pagination], 2003.
UC users only

Lyons, Donald.
"Gus Van Sant: Lawless as Snow-flake, Simple as Grass." Film Comment v27, n5 (Sept-Oct, 1991):6 (5 pages).

Signorile, Michelangelo.
"Absolutely Queer." Advocate n590 (Nov 19, 1991):35.

Staiger, Janet.
"Authorship studies and Gus Van Sant." Film Criticism 29.1 (Fall 2004): 1(22).
UC users only

Drugstore Cowboy

Block, Adam.
"Sex & drugs. (film director Gus Van Sant) (interview)." Mother Jones 16.n5 (Sept-Oct 1991): 42(2).

Kael, Pauline.
"Drugstore Cowboy." The New Yorker 65.n37 (Oct 30, 1989): 74(2).

Thompson, Frank.
"Drugstore Cowboy." American Film 15.n14 (Nov 1990): 57(1).

Vineberg, Steve.
"Drugstore Cowboy." Film Quarterly 43.n3 (Spring 1990): 27(4).
UC users only

Elephant

Baenninger, Ronald
"Violent Elephants?" PsycCRITIQUES. Vol 50 (16), 2005, pp. [np]
"Reviews the movie "Elephant", (2003), directed by Gus Van Sant, which is based loosely on the Columbine shootings. The sights, sounds, and sequence of events are masterful: They impinge on one's consciousness in a way that is gripping and realistic. The familiar sounds of banging student lockers and the echoing rhythms of student voices in the classrooms and hallways contrast with the craziness of the shooters. They remind us what high school felt like. Nevertheless, we gain little insight into what these students felt or why they did the horrible things they did." [PsychInfo]

Beale, Lewis.
"Elephant.(Movie Review)." Film Journal International 106.10 (Oct 2003): 106(1).
UC users only

Bloom, Adi.
"Not quite an unforgettable film.(Review)(Elephant)(Movie Review)." Times Educational Supplement 0.4568 (Jan 30, 2004): 6(1).

Enright, Robert
"The incredible meanness of being." Border Crossings, vol. 22, pt. 4, Nov. 2003, pp. 18-19
"Discusses the film work Elephant directed by the filmmaker Gus Van Sant. The author highlights the enigmatic nature of the work, explains that the film is based on the Columbine school massacre of 1999, and states that those with different reactions to the event can all find support in the work for their points of view. He considers Van Sant's adoption of an ambiguous approach to the question of the motivation of the killers, refers to the filmmaker's adoption of a structure that incorporates repeated, slow-motion, and off-camera scenes, and notes his use of such a 'deflected' or restrained strategy even at the climax of the film. He focuses on Van Sant's exploration of the theme of unbridled power, analyses the relationship of the work to the philosopher Aristotle's concept of catharsis, and concludes by arguing that despite the aesthetic merit of the work its underlying message is unsettling." [Art Bibliographies Modern]

Moore, Sophie.
"Elephant.(Movie Review)." Film Quarterly 58.2 (Winter 2004): 45(4).
UC users only

O'Brien, Geoffrey.
"Stop shooting: Geoffrey O'Brien on Gus Van Sant.(Film)(Elephant)(Movie Review)." Artforum International 42.2 (Oct 2003): 39(1).

Said, SF.
"Shock corridors." Sight and Sound 14.2 (Feb 2004): 16(3).
Gus Van Sant's film 'Elephant' was awarded the Palme D'Or and the best director prize at the Cannes film festival in May 2003, and was inspired by the Columbine massacre in 1999. Major parts of the film describe the routine things that lead up to the killings, cutting back and forth between various characters in space and time, while the massacre is portrayed in the final ten minutes.

Scott, Neera
"Sublime Anarchy in Gus Van Sant's Elephant." Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal Devoted to the Serious and Eclectic Discussion of Cinema, vol. 36, pp. (no pagination), Summer 2005.

Sofair, Michael.
"Elephant: the physics of violence." CineAction 68 (Wntr 2006): 11(7).

Milk

Als, Hilton.
"Revolutionary Road." New York Review of Books; March 12 2009, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p8-10, 3p
UC users only

Benshoff, Harry M.
"Milk and gay political history." Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, 51 (2009 Spring)

Bronski, Michael.
"Milk." Cineaste, Spring 2009, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p71-73, 3p
UC users only

Buckley, Louise
"A Review of 'The intimate activism of Milk'." Journal of GLBT Family Studies Volume 6, Issue 1, 2010
UC users only

Burns, James.
"Milk" Journal of American History, June 2009, Vol. 96 Issue 1, p318-320, 3p
UC users only

Erhart, Julia.
"The Naked Community Organizer: Politics and Reflexivity in Gus Van Sant's Milk." a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, Volume 26, Number 1, Summer 2011, pp. 156-170
UC users only

Fishera, Marie
"Milk" Journal of Feminist Family Therapy Volume 21, Issue 4, 2009
UC users only

Holleran, Andrew.
"'If They Know Us . . . '." Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, March/April 2009, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p18-20, 3p
UC users only

Lee, Nathan.
"Fatalistic Tendency." (cover story) Film Comment, Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p20-23, 4p
UC users only

McCreery, Patrick.
"Of Medals and Myths." New Labor Forum (Murphy Institute). Winter2010, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p113-116. 4p.
UC users only

Oppenheimer, Jean.
"A High Price for Progress." American Cinematographer, December 2008, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p28-43, 11p
UC users only

Rapold, Nicolas.
"Come with Us." Sight & Sound, February 2009, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p28-30, 3p
UC users only

Walters, Ben.
"Milk" Sight & Sound, February 2009, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p62-64, 2p
UC users only

My Own Private Idaho

Als, Hilton.
"On Gus Van Sant's 'My Own Private Idaho.'" (The Cave) (Column) Artforum v30, n2 (Oct, 1991):15 (2 pages).

Ansen, David.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews)Newsweek v118, n15 (Oct 7, 1991):66.

Arthur, Paul.
"Kings of the Road: My Own Private Idaho and the Traversal of Welles, Shakespeare, and Liminality." Post Script, vol. 17 no. 2. 1998 Winter-Spring. pp: 26-38.

Barnaby, Andrew
"Imitation as Originality in Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho." In: Almost Shakespeare: reinventing his works for cinema and television / edited by James R. Keller and Leslie Stratyner. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., c2004.
Main Stack PR3093.A46 2004
PFA PR3093.A46 2004
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0420/2004017517.html

Block, Adam; Ehrenstein, David.
"Inside outsider Gus Van Sant." (includes related article on River Phoenix's contributions to "My Own Private Idaho") (interview) Advocate, n586 (Sept 24, 1991):80 (5 pages).

Block, Adam.
"Sex & Drugs." (film director Gus Van Sant) (interview) Mother Jones v16, n5 (Sept-Oct, 1991):42 (2 pages).

Bowman, James.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) American Spectator v25, n1 (Jan, 1992):62 (2 pages).

Canby, Vincent.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) New York Times v141 (Fri, Sept 27, 1991):B1(N), C5(L), col 3, 25 col in.

Cramer, Bobby.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) Films in Review v43, n1-2 (Jan-Feb, 1992):36.

Davis, Hugh H.
"'Shakespeare, He's in the Alley': My Own Private Idaho and Shakespeare in the Streets." Literature-Film-Quarterly, 2001, 29:2, 116-21. UCB users only

Denby, David.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) New York v24, n39 (Oct 7, 1991):79 (2 pages).

Francke, Lizzie.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v1, n12 (April, 1992):55 (2 pages).

Greenberg, Harvey R.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) Film Quarterly v46, n1 (Fall, 1992):23 (3 pages).
UC users only

Handelman, David.
"Gus Van Sant's Northwest Passage." Rolling Stone, n616 (Oct 31, 1991):61 (3 pages).

Howlett, Kathy M.
"Utopian Revisioning of Falstaff's Tavern World: Orson Welles's Chimes at Midnight and Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho." In: The reel Shakespeare: alternative cinema and theory Edited by Lisa S. Starks and Courtney Lehmann. pp: 165-88. Madison [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; London; Cranbury, N.J.: Associated University Presses, c2002.
Main Stack PR3093.R44 2002

Johnson, Brian D.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) Maclean's v104, n43 (Oct 28, 1991):101.

Klawans, Stuart.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) Nation v253, n14 (Oct 28, 1991):528 (2 pages).

Kotwal, Kaizaad
"Psychedelic Papas and the Oedipal Mama: Lonesome Trajectories and Psychic Topographies within the Flesh and Psyche in Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho." Film Journal, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. [no pagination], 2002.
UC users only

Lang, Robert
"My own private Idaho and the new queer road movies." In: The road movie book / edited by Steven Cohan and Ina Rae Hark. London ; New York: Routledge, 1997.
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main Stack PN1995.9.R63.R63 1997

Loud, Lance.
"Shakespeare in Black Leather." (director Gus Van Sant's 'My Own Private Idaho') American Film v16, n9 (Sept-Oct, 1991):32 (6 pages).

Lyons, Donald.
"Gus Van Sant: Lawless as Snow-flake, Simple as Grass." Film Comment v27, n5 (Sept-Oct, 1991):6 (5 pages).

Nawrocki, Jim, and Gus Van Sant.
"Idaho at fifteen.(FILM)(My Own Private Idaho)(Movie Review)." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 12.5 (Sept-Oct 2005): 50(1).
UC users only

Ottenhoff, John.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews)Christian Century v111, n19 (June 15, 1994):612 (3 pages).

Rafferty, Terrence.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) New Yorker v67, n33 (Oct 7, 1991):100 (3 pages).

Roman, David.
"Shakespeare out in Portland: Gus Van Sant's 'My Own Private Idaho,' Homoneurotics, and Boy Actors." (Eroticism and Containment: Notes from the Flood Plain) Genders, n20 (Fall, 1994):311 (23 pages).
"Gus Van Sant's film 'My Own Private Idaho' is built on the story of William Shakespeare's Prince Hal in 'Henry IV' and explores the confusion concerning sexuality and gender still present in modern society. The main characters are two male prostitutes, one gay and the other only prostituting to rebel against his father, similarly to Shakespeare's Prince Hal. The gay man falls in love with the other, an unrequited love that allows the plot to explore sexuality and gender. The film covers many issues addressed in 'Henry IV' as do the interviews given by the leading actors and Van Sant." [Expanded Academic Index]

Schickel, Richard.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) Time v138, n17 (Oct 28, 1991):101.

Signorile, Michelangelo.
"Absolutely Queer." (gay film director Gus Van Sant) Advocate, n590 (Nov 19, 1991):35.

Simon, John.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews)National Review v43, n22 (Dec 2, 1991):61.
UC users only

Taubin, Amy.
"Objects of Desire." (analysis of Gus Van Sant and 'My Own Private Idaho')(includes interview) Sight and Sound v1, n9 (Jan, 1992):8 (6 pages).

Tinkcom, Matthew
"Out West: Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho and the Lost Mother." In: Where the boys are: cinemas of masculinity and youth / edited by Murray Pomerance and Frances Gateward. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, c2005.
Main Stack PN1995.9.B7.W54 2005
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0418/2004013598.html

Travers, Peter.
"My Own Private Idaho." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone, n615 (Oct 17, 1991):100.

Willson, Robert F., Jr.
"Recontextualizing Shakespeare on Film: My Own Private Idaho, Men of Respect, Prospero's Books." Shakespeare Bulletin, vol. 10 no. 3. 1992 Summer. pp: 34-37.

Psycho

Allen, Richard (introd.)
"Gus Van Sant vs. Alfred Hitchcock: A Psycho Dossier: Hitchcock Annual, pp. 125-58, 2001.

Alleva, Richard.
"Psycho.(Review)." Commonweal 126.2 (Jan 29, 1999): 21(2).
UC users only

Ansen, David.
"'Psycho' Analysis: Director Gus Van Sant defends his controversial decision to remake Hitchcock's classic shocker. All he's added is color." Newsweek 132.23 (Dec 7, 1998): 70(1).
UC users only

Corliss, Richard.
"Psycho Therapy: Gus Van Sant works out his Hitchcock obsession with a reverent remake.(Review)." Time 152.24 (Dec 14, 1998): 98(1).
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Leitch, Thomas M.
"101 Ways to Tell Hitchcock's Psycho from Gus Van Sant's." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 28, no. 4, pp. 269-73, 2000.
This article lists the ways in which Gus Van Sant's 1998 remake of Alfred Hitchcock's classic horror movie 'Psycho' is different from the original. Topics discussed include casting, dialogue changes, camera angles, sound, and pacing.

Leitch, Thomas.
"Hitchcock without Hitchcock." Literature-Film Quarterly 31.4 (Oct 2003): 248-259.

Natalie, Richard.
"Back to the Bates Motel.(1998 remake of 'Psycho')(Brief Article)." The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (Dec 8, 1998): 70(1).
UC users only

Smith, Gavin.
"Psycho.(Review)." Sight and Sound (Feb 1999): 51(2).

To Die For

Gliatto, Tom.
"To Die For." People Weekly 44.n16 (Oct 16, 1995): 23(1).
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Kauffmann, Stanley. "To Die for." The New Republic 213.n17 (Oct 23, 1995): 28(2).
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Stockwell, Anne.
"To Die For." The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) n690 (Sept 19, 1995 n690): 64(2).

Reviews and Articles About
Individual Films in the MRC Collection

Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Barber, Susan.
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." (movie reviews) Film Quarterly v50, n2 (Winter, 1997):41 (5 pages).

Bergh, Patricia A.
"No Body's Perfect: Men Playing Women." West Virginia University Philological Papers, vol. 48, pp. 133-39, 2001
UC users only

Brunette, Peter.
"Selling a Transvestite Musical Set in the Outback." (marketing of 'The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert' motion picture) New York Times v143, sec2 (Sun, August 7, 1994):H9(N), H9(L), col 2, 29 col in.

Brooks, Karen.
"Homosexuality, Homosociality, and Gender Blending in Australian Film." Antipodes: A North American Journal of Australian Literature. 13 (2): 85-90. 1999

Champagne, J.
"Dancing queen? Feminist and gay male spectatorship in three recent films from Australia" [Strictly ballroom, The adventures of Priscilla, queen of the desert and Muriel's wedding]. Film Criticism v. 21 (Spring 1997) p. 66-88
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Cohen, Jaffe.
"A Road Movie in High Heels." The Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review. Oct 31, 1994. Vol. 1, Iss. 4; pg. 44
"For the few of you who never leave your flats and have no interest in high heels--here's the plot. [Priscilla], Queen of the Desert is a road movie about three cross-dressing danseuses who leave Sidney to travel to a gig through the vast Outback of Australia. "Priscilla" is the name of their rhinestoned bus, which breaks down several times along the way, allowing our three queens to wander beautifully through a stark desert landscape, jam with some aboriginal party animals, find an aging loner to romance an aging transsexual, fight off some grizzled homophobes, and make their way to Alice Springs, where one of the three has an ex-wife and son (with whom he has a melodramatic and unconvincing rendezvous). There, our heroines perform a fabulous musical finale, after which they climb a mountain and are photographed one last time against a stark desert landscape. Then they get back on the bus, somewhat sadder but wiser, and head back to Sidney. What Priscilla lacks in political relevance it more than makes up for in the mythic resonance of its spectacular cinematography. For me, the melodramatic struggle of our heroines against the sorry remnants of straight society was not nearly as interesting as their pictorial juxtaposition against the Earth. As with drag itself, the visuals are Priscilla's ultimate raison d'etre. Some friends have suggested that the film is making some kind of statement about the "naturalness" of homosexuality. The queens' easy acceptance by the earthy aborigines, their resemblance to the gorgeous indigenous reptiles--these scenes seem to suggest that homosexuality is in some way timeless and integral to planetary life." [Proquest]

Crisp, Quentin.
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and The Client." Christopher Street, n219 (Nov, 1994):2 (2 pages).
"A review of three films is presented. They are 'It Could Happen To You,' 'The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert' and 'The Client.' Of the three, only the first was a 'waste of eight dollars and two hours.'" [Expanded Academic Index]

Denby, David.
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." (movie reviews) New York v27, n34 (August 29, 1994):112.

Elliott, Stephan; Clark, Al; Hamlyn, Michael; Barber, Susan "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." Film Quarterly Dec 1996, Vol. 50, No. 2: 41–45.
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Farrell, Kelly
"(Foot)Ball Gowns: Masculinities, Sexualities and the Politics of Performance." (Critical Essay) Journal of Australian Studies Dec 1999 p157 (5094 words)

Francke, Lizzie.
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v4, n11 (Nov, 1994):38.

Frascella, Lawrence.
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." (movie reviews) Advocate, n663 (Sept 6, 1994):71 (2 pages).

Giles, Jeff; Lee, Charles S.
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." (movie reviews) Newsweek v124, n7 (August 15, 1994):69.

Huggan, Graham
"Exoticism, Ethnicity, and the Multicultural Fallacy." In: "New" exoticism : changing patterns in the construction of otherness / edited by Isabel Santaolalla. Amsterdam ; Atlanta, GA : Rodopi , 2000. DD>Main (Gardner) Stacks PN56.E78 N49 2000

Krimmer, Elisabeth
"Nobody Wants to Be a Man Anymore: Cross-dressing in American Movies of the 90s" In: Subverting masculinity : hegemonic and alternative versions of masculinity in contemporary culture edited by Russell West and Frank Lay. Amsterdam ; Atlanta : Rodopi, c 2000.
Anthropology HQ1090.S83 2000
Main Stack HQ1090.S83 2000

Kwan, Peter
"Invention, Inversion and Intervention: The Oriental Woman in The World of Suzie Wong, M. Butterfly, and The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." Asian Law Journal, 99 (1998)

Lu, Lynn
"Critical Visions: The Representation and Resistance of Asian Women." In: Dragon ladies : Asian American feminists breathe fire / edited by Sonia Shah ; preface by Yuri Kochiyama ; foreword by Karin Aguilar-San Juan. Boston : South End Press, c1997.
Asian American Studies HD1763.A8 D845
Main (Gardner) Stacks HQ1426 .D845 1997
Moffitt HQ1426 .D845 1997

Lucas, Rose.
"Dragging it out: tales of masculinity in Australian cinema, from 'Crocodile Dundee' to 'Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.'" (Australian Masculinities) Journal of Australian Studies March 1998 n56 p138(9) (4945 words)
"The portrayal of men in Australian films has created a schism in how masculinity is defined. By depicting men as aggressive, rugged stereotypes, films have reinforced emotional and social alienation toward these stereotypes. This has resulted in a deconstructive backlash against restrictive gender categories, fostering movies in which men cross boundaries of sexual orientation and subvert the viability of any category." [Expanded Academic Index]

Maslin, Janet.
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." (movie reviews) New York Times v143 (Wed, August 10, 1994):B1(N), C9(L), col 1, 17 col in.

McKee, Alan
"How to tell the difference between a stereotype and a positive image putting Priscilla, queen of the desert into history." Screening the Past, Issue 9 March 2000

Padva, Gilad.
"Priscilla fights back: the politicization of camp subculture." Journal of Communication Inquiry April 2000 v24 i2 p216(2)
Political issues surrounding the camp subculture are discussed, using as examples Nigel Finch's Stonewall, Stephen Elliot's The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, and Matt Groening's The Simpsons.

Pearson, Harry Jr.
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." (movie reviews) Films in Review v45, n11-2 (Nov-Dec, 1994):61 (2 pages).

Robbins, Betty; Myrick, Roger
"The function of the fetish in 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' and 'Priscilla, Queen of the Desert'." (directors Lou Adler and Stephan Elliott)(Critical Essay) Journal of Gender Studies Nov 2000 v9 i3 p269(12)

Robinson, Kathryn.
"Of Mail-Order Brides and 'Boys' Own Tales: Representations of Asian-Australian Marriages." Feminist Review. 52: 53-68. 1996 Spring

Thomas, Allan James
"Camping outback: Landscape, masculinity, and performance in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." Continuum, Volume 10, Issue 2 1996 , pages 97 - 110

Tincknell, Estella; Chambers, Deborah .
"Performing the crisis: Fathering, gender, and representation in two 1990s films." ('The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert' (1994) and 'The Full Monty' (1997)) Journal of Popular Film and Television Wntr 2002 v29 i4 p146(10) (7588 words)
UC users only

Travers, Peter.
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone, n689 (August 25, 1994):97.

Watson, Janet
"Representations of Bisexuality in Australian Film." Journal of Bisexuality, Volume 8, Issue 1 & 2 July 2008 , pages 97 - 114
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Yue, Audrey
"Asian-Australian cinema, Asian-Australian modernity." Journal of Australian Studies, Volume 24, Issue 65 2000 , pages 189 - 199
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Angels in America

Altman, Robert
"On Filming Angels." In: Approaching the millennium: essays on Angels in America / Deborah R. Geis and Steven F. Kruger, editors. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c1997.
Main Stack PS3561.U778.A8532 1997

"The Angels decade: 22 interviews." American Theatre 20.10 (Dec 2003): 32(7).
UC users only

Ansen, David, and Marc Peyser.
"City of Angels: Heaven Sent: Mike Nichols brings Tony Kushner's visionary stage epic 'Angels in America' to HBO with a once-in-a-lifetime cast. Here are the director, the playwright and the stars to tell us all about it." Newsweek (Nov 17, 2003): 54.
UC users only

Billen, Andrew.
"Wings of desire: an anachronistic vision of Reagan-era America fails to convert Andrew Billen.(Television)(Angels in America)(Television Program Review)." New Statesman (1996) 133.4675 (Feb 16, 2004): 47(1).
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Bronski, Michael
"Angels in America."Cineaste Vol XXIX nr 4 (Fall 2004); p 57-59
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"Faces of angels: conversations with the stars of HBO's Angels in America.(Interview)(Cover Story)." The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (Dec 9, 2003): 38(12).
UC users only

Gener, Randy.
"HBO's starry miniseries retains the sweep of Kushner's epic.(Angels Takes Flight as a Film)." American Theatre 20.10 (Dec 2003): 30(4).
UC users only

Giltz, Michael.
"Gay-acting straight man: with Angels in America, Urbania, and now Will & Grace, playing gay just comes naturally to Dan Futterman. (Cover Story)."
The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
(Feb 18, 2003): 40(2).
UC users only

Leonard, John.
"Winged victory.(Television Program Review)." New York 36.43 (Dec 8, 2003): 72(2).

McCabe, Terry.
"'Angels' in our midst..("Angels in America")(Television Program Review)." The Chronicle of Higher Education 50.15 (Dec 5, 2003): B17-B19.

Mendelsohn, Daniel.
"Winged messages.(Angels in America)(Television Program Review)." The New York Review of Books 51.2 (Feb 12, 2004): 42(5).

O'Hehir, Andrew
"Wings of desire." Sight & Sound Vol XIV nr 3 (Mar 2004); p 6

Siegel, Lee.
"On Television - Angles in America.(Television Program Review)." The New Republic (Dec 29, 2003): 27.
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Tanne, Janice Hopkins.
"Angels in America: an epic tale of the early years of AIDS is making many Americans realise how far they have come in the fight for healing and tolerance, and how far they still have to go.(Television Program Review)." British Medical Journal 327.7428 (Dec 13, 2003): 1412(1).
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Basic Instinct

See Gangster film bibliograpyy

Bonnie and Clyde

Moriel, Liora.
"Erasure and Taboo: A Queer Reading of Bonnie and Clyde." In: Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde / edited by Lester D. Friedman. pp: 148-76 Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. Cambridge film handbooks series
Main Stack PN1997.B6797 2000

Newman, David.
"What's It Really All About?: Pictures at an Exhibition." In: Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde / edited by Lester D. Friedman. pp: 32-69 Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. Cambridge film handbooks series
Main Stack PN1997.B6797 2000

The Birdcage

Evans, N.
"Games of hide and seek: Race, gender and drag in The Crying Game and The Birdcage." Text and Performance Quarterly, 18, 199-216, 1998

Hendershott, Heidi
"'Queer Images in a Straight World: A Critical Analysis of The Celluloid Closet and the Birdcage'." Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 18:4, 459 — 468
UC users only

Kirk, Mary.
"Kind of a Drag: Gender, Race, and Ambivalence in The Birdcage and To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar." Journal of Homosexuality, vol. 46, no. 3-4, pp. 169-80, 2004
UC users only

Krimmer, Elisabeth.
"Nobody Wants to Be A Man Anymore? Cross-Dressing in American Movies ofthe 90's." In: Subverting masculinity : hegemonic and alternative versions of masculinity in contemporary culture Edited by Russell West and Frank Lay. Amsterdam ; Atlanta : Rodopi, c 2000.
Anthropology HQ1090.S83 2000
Main Stack HQ1090.S83 2000)

Bound

Bono, Chastity.
"Boundless." (lesbian sex consultant Susie Bright of the movie 'Bound') Advocate, n720 (Nov 12, 1996):65 (3 pages).

Frutkin, Alan.
"Bonnie and Bonnie." (lesbian movie 'Bound') Advocate, n689 (Sept 5, 1995):55 (3 pages).

Kessler, Kelly.
"Bound Together: Lesbian Film That's Family Fun for Everyone." Film Quarterly. 56 (4): 13-22. 2003 Summer.
"While many recent male-directed lesbian-couple-focused films contain murdering or violent lesbians, the dyke mob thriller Bound stands apart. The film is analyzed in terms of three issues- the presentation of the female body and lesbian sex, stereotyping, and a caricature of the gangster genre." [Expanded Academic Index]

Maslin, Janet.
"Bound." (movie reviews) New York Times v145 (Fri, Oct 4, 1996):B6(N), C22(L), col 5, 11 col in.

Matthews, Peter.
"Bound." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v7, n3 (March, 1997):42 (2 pages).

Morrissey, Amy.
"Bound." (movie reviews) Gay Community News v22, n4 (Spring, 1997):32 (5 pages).

Noble, Jean.
"Bound and Invested: Lesbian Desire and Hollywood Ethnography. Film Criticism, v. 22 no3 (Spring '98) p. 1-21
UC users only
Lesbian desire has haunted the mainstream imaginary. The relationship between such hauntings and Hollywood is overdetermined. The dialogic and noisy collision of mainstream, popular imaginary, the "Hollywood" genre, and the ethnographic film 'Bound' reveal a failure in reading practices for heteronormative masculinity.

Oliver, Kelly.
"Make It Real: Bound's Way Out." In: Noir anxiety / Kelly Oliver, Benigno Trigo. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2003. Full text available online (UCB users only) Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.F54 O44 2003

Pearson, Harry, Jr.
"Bound." (movie reviews) Films in Review v48, n1-2 (Jan-Feb, 1997):68.

Schickel, Richard.
"Bound." (movie reviews) Time v148, n17 (Oct 7, 1996):94.

Taormino, Tristan.
"Bound." (movie reviews) Advocate, n717 (Oct 1, 1996):57 (2 pages).

Boys Don't Cry

Anderson, Melissa.
"The Brandon Teena Story and Boys Don't Cry." (movie review) Cineaste v25, n2 (Spring, 2000):54.

Cooper, Brenda
"Boys Don't Cry and female masculinity: reclaiming a life & dismantling the politics of normative heterosexuality." Critical Studies in Media Communication, Volume 19 Issue 1 2002 Pages 44 – 63
UC users only

Anderson, Melissa.
"The Brandon Teena Story and Boys Don't Cry." (movie review) Cineaste v25, n2 (Spring, 2000):54.

Brooks, Xan.
"Boys Don't Cry." (Review) (movie review) Sight and Sound v10, n4 (April, 2000):43 (2 pages).

Cooper, Rand Richards.
"BAD BOYS - 'Boiler Room' & 'Boys Don't Cry'." (Review) (movie review) Commonweal v127, n8 (April 21, 2000):24.

Corliss, Richard.
"Boys Don't Cry." (Review) (movie review) (Short Takes/Cinema)( (movie reviews) Time v154, n16 (Oct 18, 1999):118.

Cunningham, Daniel Mudie.
"Driving into the 'Dustless Highway' of Queer Cinema." Film Journal. 1(5):(no pagination). 2003

Feldman, Adam.
"Boys Don't Cry." (Review) Gay & Lesbian Review v7, n2 (Spring, 2000):57.

Halberstam, Judith.
"Telling Tales: Brandon Teena, Billy Tipton, and Transgender Biography." In: Passing: identity and interpretation in sexuality, race, and religion Edited by Maria Carla Sanchez and Linda Schlossberg. pp: 13-37. New York: New York University Press, c2001.
MAIN: HM1068 .P37 2001

Halberstam, Judith.
"The Transgender Gaze in Boys Don't Cry." In: The visual culture reader. Edited by Nicholas Mirzoeff. London: Routledge, 2002.
GRDS: NX458 .V58 2002; Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services.
MAIN: NX458 .V58 2002
MOFF: NX458 .V58 2002
ETHN: NX458 .V58 2002; Housed at Ethnic Studies Library.

Halberstam, Judith.
"The Transgender Gaze in Boys Don't Cry." Screen, vol. 42, no. 3, pp. 294-98, Fall 2001.

Jefferson, Margo.
"When art digests life and disgorges its poison." ("Boys Don't Cry")(Living Arts Pages) New York Times (Mon, Feb 21, 2000):B2(N), E2(L), col 3, 25 col in

Leigh, Danny.
"Boys Don't Cry." (Review) Boy wonder.(Kimberly Peirce's 'Boys Don't Cry') Sight and Sound v10, n3 (March, 2000):18 (3 pages).

Loos, Ted.
"A role within a role: a girl who became a boy." (actress Hilary Swank discusses playing the role of a woman passing as a man in the film 'Boys Don't Cry') New York Times (Sun, Oct 3, 1999):AR25(N), AR25(L), col 1, 20 col in

Mann, Denise
"Negotiating the politics of (in)difference in contemporary Hollywood: an interview with Kimberly Peirce." In: Filming difference : actors, directors, producers, and writers on gender, race, and sexuality in film / edited by Daniel Bernardi. Austin : University of Texas Press, 2009.

Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.S62 F55 2009

Rauzi, Robin.
"Actress got lost in the story of Brandon Teena." (new film 'Boys Don't Cry') Los Angeles Times , sec0 (Fri, Oct 22, 1999):F25, col 1, 35 col in.

Travers, Peter.
"Boys Don't Cry." (Review) (movie reviews) Rolling Stone , n824 (Oct 28, 1999):114 (1 page).

Wallace, Amy.
"'Quite an amazing journey'."(Hilary Swank wins the Oscar for 'Boys Don't Cry') Los Angeles Times (Tue, March 28, 2000):D6, col 2, 24 col in.

Willox, Annabelle.
"Branding Teena: (Mis)representations in the media." Sexualities. Special Re-presenting sexualities in the media. Vol 6(3-4), Nov 2003, pp. 407-425

Boys In the Band

Carrithers, Joe.
"The Audiences of 'The Boys in the Band.'" Journal of Popular Film and Television v23, n2 (Summer, 1995):64 (7 pages).
"The film version of Mart Crowley's play The Boys in the Band (1970) deals with its homosexual characters from a heterosexual point of view so as to insure a comfortable experience for its straight audience." [America: History and Life]

Carlsen, James W.
"Images of the Gay Male in Contemporary Drama." In: Gayspeak: Gay Male and Lesbian Communication / edited by James W. Chesebro. pp: 165-174. New York: Pilgrim Press, c1981.
Main Stack HQ72.U53.G39; Moffitt HQ72.U53G39

Carrithers, Joe
"The Audiences of The Boys in the Band." Journal of Popular Film and Television XXIII/2, Summer 95; p.64-70.
UC users only
Analyses how "The Boys in the Band", featuring homosexual characters, is structured to accommodate and attract the heterosexual audience.

Dresser, Norine.
"'The Boys in the Band Is Not Another Musical': Male Homosexuals and Their Folklore." Western Folklore, vol. 33. 1974. pp: 205-18.

Graham, Alison
"'Outrageous!' and 'The Boys in the Band': The Possibilities and Limitations of 'Coming Out'." Film Criticism V/1, Fall 80; p.36-42.
An analysis of the homosexual ideology in 'Outrageous' and 'Boys in the Band'.
UC users only

Ickes, Bob.
"When a Man Loves a Man: Suffering at the Cinema." (depictions of gays in the movies) (Cover Story) New York v27, n25 (June 20, 1994):46.

Kramer, Richard.
"A Play of Words about a Play." (Mart Crowley's 'Boys in the Band') New York Times v143, sec2 (Sun, Oct 31, 1993):H1(N), pH1(L), col 1, 65 col in.

Kroll, Gerry.
"And the Band Plays On." (playwright Mart Crowley) Advocate, n708 (May 28, 1996):47 (6 pages).

Morsberger, Robert E.
"The Movie Game in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and The Boys in the Band." Costerus: Essays in English and American Language and Literature, vol. 8. 1973. pp: 89-100.

Rickard, John.
"The Boys in the Band, 30 Years Later." Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide. 8(2):9-11. 2001 Mar-Apr.
UC users only

Streitmatter, Rodger.
"The boys in the band : homosexuality comes to the big screen." In: From "perverts" to "fab five" : the media's changing depiction of gay men and lesbians New York : Routledge, 2009.
MAIN: HQ76.2.U5 S87 2009

Breakfast on Pluto

See Neil Jordan bibliography

Brokeback Mountain

Alleva, Richard.
"Emotional Apartheid: 'BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN'.(Movie review)." Commonweal 133.3 (Feb 10, 2006): 19(2).
UC users only

Atkins, Lucy.
"Brokeback Mountain." TLS. Times Literary Supplement n4986 (Oct 23, 1998 n4986): 24(1).

Barounis, Cynthia.
"Cripping Heterosexuality, Queering Able-Bodiedness: Murderball, Brokeback Mountain and the Contested Masculine Body. Journal of Visual Culture, Apr2009, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p54-75, 22p
UC users only

Baugh, Scott L.; Gwinner, Donovan; Spurgeon, Sara L.; Weltzien, O. Alan
"Conversing Brokeback Mountain's Varied Spaces and Contested Desires." Intertexts, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 155-79, October 2007

Beard, Laura J. (ed. and introd.); Larmour, David H. J. (ed. and introd.)
"Landscapes of Desire: Conversations on Brokeback Mountain." Intertexts, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 105-79, October 2007

Berry, C.
"The Chinese Side of the Mountain." [Brokeback Mountain]. Film Quarterly v. 60 no. 3 (Spring 2007) p. 32-7
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"Part of a special section on Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain. One of the novel features of Brokeback Mountain is its Chinese side. First, it uses the codes of a particularly Chinese form of melodrama--the family ethics" film; second, it draws on the regional subcultural tradition of popular culture stories made for and frequently by straight women about love between two attractive young men. In Lee's Asian films, ambiguities are presented as a conflict between traditional Confucian" values and more contemporary modern Western" ones, whereas Hollywood family melodramas present the main struggle as an individual's attempts to liberate himself from his family and become a full and independent individual. In the family-ethics film, however, Confucian-derived values posit that one's primary focus is more on the fate of the family itself than on the fate of the individual." [Art Index]

Block, Richard
"'I'm nothin. I'm nowhere'." CR: The New Centennial Review; Spring2009, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p253-278, 26p
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Brod, Harry.
"They're bi shepherds, not gay cowboys: the misframing of Brokeback Mountain." The Journal of Men's Studies 14.2 (Spring 2006): 252(2).
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Brokeback Mountain is routinely discussed as being about "gay" cowboys, but its characters are clearly shown to be bisexual. The misframing of the film results from our culture's ongoing tendency to polarize, dichotomize, and oversimplify issues of sexuality and sexual orientation. This tendency should be critiqued and resisted.

"Brokeback Mountain.(Movie Review)." Sight and Sound 16.1 (Jan 2006): 50(1).
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Brower, Sue.
""They'd Kill Us if They Knew": Transgression and the Western." Journal of Film and Video 62:4 (Winter 2010)
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The author discusses Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain" (2005) and Maggie Greenwald's "The Ballad of Little Jo" (1993). Brower explores the filmmakers' use of the Western genres in telling stories of sexual and social transgression and considers how they blend the Western with other genres. "The Ballad of Little Jo" critiques gender and racial stereotypes, blending the Western with comedy, as "Brokeback Mountain" blends the Western with melodrama.

Buscombe, E.
"Man to man." Sight & Sound v. ns16 no. 1 (January 2006) p. 34-6
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"Part of a special section on the Western film. In light of the success of Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain, the writer charts a long tradition of Westerns that examine the intense, unspoken, and physical bonds between male heroes. Among the films he discusses are Monte Walsh (1970), by William A. Fraker; Open Range (2003), by Kevin Costner; Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), by George Roy Hill; Ride the High Country (1962), by Sam Peckinpah; and My Darling Clementine, (1946), by John Ford."

Campbell, Neil.
"From Story to Film: Brokeback Mountain’s 'In-Between' Spaces." Canadian Review of American Studies, 2009, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p205-220, 16p
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Chamberlain, Kathleen
"'You Know I Ain't Queer': Brokeback Mountain as the Not-Gay Cowboy Movie." Intertexts, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 129-44, October 2007

Clarke, Roger.
"Lonesome cowboys.(story and making of the movie 'Brokeback Mountain')." Sight and Sound 16.1 (Jan 2006): 28(3).
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"The writer argues that Ang Lee's film Brokeback Mountain is not only a gay Western, but also one of the greatest cinematic love stories of all time. He finds that Lee's film, which is self-consciously archaic and arcadian and painted on a grand canvas, is the antithesis of that the new queer cinema film-school movement. Furthermore, he suggests Brokeback Mountain draws not so much on the Western genre as on the cult of the poet Walt Whitman, who celebrated a muscular, nature-suffused love between men that influenced such writers as Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac." [Art Index]

Clover, Joshua; Nealon, Christopher
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell Me." Film Quarterly v. 60 no. 3 (Spring 2007) p. 62-7
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"Part of a special section on Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain. Brokeback Mountain claims a tragic realism, but Internet parodies of the film rejig it to present other emotions. Tragedy is not the certain result of gathering up and displaying the icons of Western frontier masculinity, meditative landscape, gay desire, and a plucked guitar, but that tragedy may stem from misinterpreting iconicity as depth. The Brokeback Mountain parodies, for example, can be interpreted as an effort to feel more and differently by returning the icons to the flatness in which, ironically, they can experience greater freedom. Brokeback Mountain may serve as a tragic example of the limits of tragedy for gay storytelling--at least tragedy that tragedy demanding the realism of inexpressive bodies and dominant landscape." [Art Index]

Cobb, Michael L.
"God Hates Cowboys (Kind Of)." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 102-105, 2007
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Cooper, Brenda; Pease, Edward C.
"Framing Brokeback Mountain: How the Popular Press Corralled the "Gay Cowboy Movie"." Critical Studies in Media Communication. Aug 2008. Vol. 25, Iss. 3; p. 249

Cooper, Brenda; Pease, Edward C.
"The Mormons Versus the “Armies of Satan”: Competing Frames of Morality in the Brokeback Mountain Controversy in Utah Newspapers. Western Journal of Communication, Apr-Jun2009, Vol. 73 Issue 2, p134-156, 23p
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Creekmur, Corey K.
"Brokeback: The Parody." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 105-107, 2007
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DeFreitas, Robert J.
"Brokeback on My Mind." Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p7-7, 1/3p; (AN 21324071)

Draz, Christian.
"Lost in adaptation.(Brokeback Mountain)." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 13.3 (May-June 2006): 12(2).
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The essay focuses on the motion picture "Brokeback Mountain," which is based on a story written by Annie Proulx and was directed by Ang Lee. Topics include the performance of Heath Ledger as Ennis, the ambiguity surrounding the murder of Jack, criticism of screenwriters Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana for misrepresenting the short story, and the words that suggest one man can make another man gay. The film was presented as a tragedy and did not focus enough on affectionate scenes and the men's love for one another.

Duralde, Alonso.
"Brokeback Mountain." The Advocate. Los Angeles: Dec 6, 2005. p. 81 (1 page)
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Edgecombe, R. S.
"The Formal Design of "Brokeback Mountain"." Film Criticism v. 31 no. 3 (Spring 2007) p. 2-14
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"The writer discusses the formal design of Brokeback Mountain, a film directed by Ang Lee. Lee weaves a net of reinforcing images over the screenplay to hand, occasionally generating them from suggestions in the text and in the story that subtends it, occasionally leaning on his own unfaltering instincts. He alone must take credit for his thematic use of color, because many of the relevant details do not figure in the screenplay at all. Whether consciously or not, he parallels the color scheme of To The Lighthouse, but reverses the semiotic values. Roads play a vital role in the film's structural organization: The film is bracketed by two prairie road shots that forge a figure of inclusio. Lee also deploys music remarkably throughout the film, using it punctuationally and structurally at points." [Art Index]

Ellenzweig, Allen.
"Beyond the mountain." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 13.3 (May-June 2006): 14(2). Expanded
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Evans, Alex.
"How Homo Can Hollywood Be? Remaking Queer Authentic from To Wong Foo to BrokebackMountain." Journal of Film & Video, Winter2009, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p41-54, 14p
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Gant, Charles
"Going for 'Brokeback'." Sight & Sound Vol XVI nr 3 (Mar 2006); p 8
A retrospective look at the success of Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain" in the US and UK ever since it won the Golden Lion at the 2005 Venice Film Festival. Plus a table showing Lee's films at the UK box office.

Garza, Teresita
"Outing the Marlboro Man : issues of masculinity and class closeted in Brokeback Mountain." In: Uncovering hidden rhetorics : social issues in disguise / [edited by] Barry Brummett. Los Angeles : Sage Publications, c2008.
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Gilbey, R.
"Brokeback Mountain." Sight & Sound v. ns16 no. 1 (January 2006) p. 50-1
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"Based on Annie Proulx's story Brokeback Mountain, Ang Lee's film tracks two young cowboys--Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist--from the first time they have sex in 1960s Wyoming through the next 20 years, during which they intermittently interrupt their heterosexual family lives to be together. The film's screenplay is an exemplary piece of sensitive adaptation; events referred to in asides by Proulx are clarified, and ambiguities are both removed and renewed."

Giltz, Michael
"The new degaying of Hollywood." The Advocate. Sep 14, 2004. p. 40 (5 pages)
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The Hollywood gay movies, Alexander, Troy, Brokeback Mountain and De-Lovely, are previewed.

Gorton, Don.
"The hate crime.(Brokeback Mountain )." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 13.3 (May-June 2006): 13(2).
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The essay discusses the motion picture "Brokeback Mountain". The ambiguity concerning Jack's death in the film and the gay-bashing incident that stayed in Ennis' memory suggest they were both victims of a hate crime. The movie's pathos appealed to both gay and straight communities, offering moral lessons about rural America and external and internalized homophobia. The idea is presented that hate crime, terrorist acts, and gay bashing of GLBT people are similar and produce long-term psychological damage.

Grindstaff, Davin.
"The Fist and the Corpse: Taming the Queer Sublime in Brokeback Mountain." Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies, Sep2008, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p223-244, 22p
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Groth, Miles J.
"Brokeback on My Mind." Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p7-8, 1/3p; (AN 21324071)

Grundmann, R.
"Brokeback Mountain. Cineaste v. 31 no. 2 (Spring 2006) p. 50-2
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"A review of Ang Lee's new film, Brokeback Mountain. This film, which has been unanimously praised by reviewers and the public like few films in recent history, is a competent adaptation of Annie Proulx's eponymous short story, which was published in The New Yorker in 1997. It tells the bittersweet and, ultimately, tragically sad story of two Wyoming ranch hands who, having fallen hard for one another during a summer of herding sheep in 1963, wind up living their taboo love in a series of secret encounters for decades. Its radical, incontrovertible humanist message is that sexual freedom is a human right whose suppression can be physically and spiritually fatal, with often deleterious consequences. Ultimately, it is unquestionably rather coy in its refusal to show male flesh, but there is a lot to like about it, its stark humanism and genuine tone making its appeal transcend the concept of the lowest common denominator." [Art Index]

Henderson, Lisa
"Queer Relay." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian & Gay Studies; 2008, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p569-597, 29p
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"The article discusses the concept of crossover in terms of queer theory and mainstream popular culture. Anxieties about commerce and the defilement of purity are analyzed. Examples of mainstream acceptance of queer themes, such as the motion picture "Brokeback Mountain" or the television show "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" are cited as examples of the tension between wanting to achieve success, but not at the expense of selling out queer identities. A short film directed by Liza Johnson titled "Desert Motel," about a lesbian couple and their transgender friend, is analyzed in terms of its relevance to such issues." [EBSCO]

Herring, Scott (ed. and introd.)
"Brokeback Mountain Dossier." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 93-109, 2007
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Holden, S.
"Riding the high country, finding and losing love." The New York Times, E1. 2005, December 9.

Holleran, Andrew.
"The magic mountain.(Brokeback Mountain)(Essay)." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 13.2 (March-April 2006): 12(4).
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Jacobson, H.
"Brokeback Mountain." Film Comment v. 41 no. 6 (November/December 2005) p. 71-2
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"Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain is the first true, aboveground gay western. No one has done to the western in quite so forward a manner what Lee, producer James Schamus, and scriptwriters Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana have done in Brokeback Mountain, which is drawn from Annie Proulx's 1997 short story. Set in Wyoming in 1963, the film stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger, in two career-making performances, as cowboys who have signed on to a lonely sheep-tending job up on the mountain. A 40-year affair between the pair begins, and although nothing can keep them apart, nothing can get them together, to help them over the pre-Stonewall hill of shame in a part of the American landscape that suffers from mythological overload." [Art Index]

Johnson, Colin R.
"Rural Space: Queer America's Final Frontier.(Brokeback Mountain)." The Chronicle of Higher Education 52.19 (Jan 13, 2006): NA.
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Keller, James R.; Goodwyn Jones, Anne.
"Brokeback Mountain: Masculinity and Manhood." Studies in Popular Culture, Spring2008, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p21-36, 16p
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The article discusses masculinity and manhood, as depicted in the film "Brokeback Mountain." It is said that the film endorses traditional narratives of manhood, thereby allowing to assert the legitimacy and beauty of romantic love between men. The film's success is also said to successfully depict sexuality in new ways, but should be understood as costly in terms of a progressive vision of gender and aesthetics. An alternative reading through Eve Sedgwick is suggested.

Kitses, J.
"All that Brokeback Allows." Film Quarterly v. 60 no. 3 (Spring 2007) p. 22-7
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"Part of a special section on Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain. Much of the film's powerful effect is due to the sympathy and depth with which Lee explores the isolation and solitude of the Western genre. The relationship of the film with the genre is a contradictory and debated issue, however--something that is puzzling, given the film's dependence on genre aesthetics and motifs to frame its lament for a shattered America. Lee persistently dismissed gay Western" or gay cowboy movie" as misleading and restricting descriptions, but efforts to market the film as an example of the unfashionably ancient genre of Western were aimed at mitigating suggestions of a film with a radical gay agenda. The campaign to arrange a more open reception of Brokeback Mountain implicitly depoliticized the film and certainly contributed to the definite tilt in some of the film's reviews considering it a tragic and universal study of forbidden passion and unfulfilled dreams." [Art Index]

Lane, Anthony
""Brokeback Mountain," "The Chronicles Of Narnia." The New Yorker. (December 12, 2005): 117

Le Coney, Christopher; Trodd, Zoe
"Reagan's Rainbow Rodeos: Queer Challenges to the Cowboy Dreams of Eighties America." Canadian Review of American Studies; 2009, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p163-183, 21p
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Leung, William.
"So Queer Yet So Straight: Ang Lee's The Wedding Banquet and Brokeback Mountain." Journal of Film & Video, Spring2008, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p23-42, 20p
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"The article discusses how the motion pictures "The Wedding Banquet" and "Brokeback Mountain," directed by Ang Lee, have changed GLBT cinema. The author suggests that GLBT films can include films produced by GLBT filmmakers or embraced by GLBT audiences. He suggests that Lee's conventional style of filmmaking aids in making his films about gay characters accessible to wider audiences but results in a muted depiction of gay lifestyles. He notes the lack of camp in the presentation of gay characters in "The Wedding Banquet" and how "Brokeback Mountain" functions as a classical tragedy." [Ebsco]

Luciano, Dana
"Love's Measures." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 107-109, 2007

MacKnight, A.
"Brokeback Mountain: Good Social Intentions, but Not Great Filmmaking." [Discussion of Roy Grundmann's review of Brokeback Mountain]. Cineaste v. 31 no. 3 (Summer 2006) p. 84
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"A reader's letter responding to Roy Grundmann's review of Ang Lee's film, Brokeback Mountain, recently published in Cineaste. The writer admits that, while Grundmann's interpretation of the film was a nice blend of appreciation and criticism, he sensed a certain unarticulated unease in Grundmann's writing that reflected his own thoughts. He wonders if, in some decades hence, people will look at Brokeback Mountain in the way we now look at the likes of Gentleman's Agreement or Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? films that take on topics just at the edge of breaking public opinion, but which today seem incredibly stiff, boring, and predictable." [Art Index]
Grundmann, R.
"Roy Grundmann replies." Cineaste v. 31 no. 3 (Summer 2006) p. 84-5

Manalansan, Martin F.
"Colonizing Time and Space: Race and Romance in Brokeback Mountain." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 97-100, 2007
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McBride, Dwight A.
"Why I Hate That I Loved Brokeback Mountain." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 95-97, 2007
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McFarlane, Brian
"Brokeback and Outback." Meanjin, vol. 65, no. 1, pp. 65-71, 2006

Mendelsohn, Daniel.
"No ordinary love story.(Brokeback Mountain)." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 13.3 (May-June 2006): 10(3).
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Mendelsohn, Daniel.
"Brokeback Mountain a film directed by Ang Lee, based on the story by E. Annie Proulx." The New York review of books. 53, no. 3, (2006): 12 (2 pages)

Miller, D. A.
"On the Universality of Brokeback Mountain." [Cover story]. Film Quarterly v. 60 no. 3 (Spring 2007) p. 50-60
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"Part of a special section on Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain. The role of the male gay audience member is thoroughly prescribed in the controversy surrounding Brokeback Mountain. He serves as the film's natural partisan, so intrinsically identified with it that he must cry homophobia when it fails to win an Oscar, and he is to accept the bad faith of its boosters, who claim that the film is for" him, when it is merely about" him. He is to express gratitude at seeing the damage done by the Closet exposed, and he is to forfeit his reputation for taste by confusing an average piece of Hollywood product for a significant work of art. Indeed, erotic disappointment may be the only true homosexual response to Brokeback Mountain--and hence the only true foundation for a political analysis of the film." [Art Index]

"Mixed Media: Battle of Brokeback - Right-wing commentators did everything they could to kill Brokeback Mountain, but they only made it bigger." Rolling stone. no. 994, (2006): 30 (2 pages)

Osterweil, A.
"Ang Lee's Lonesome Cowboys." Film Quarterly v. 60 no. 3 (Spring 2007) p. 38-42
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"Part of a special section on Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain. The conflict between Brokeback Mountain's radical subject matter and its tragic, ultimately conservative resolution can be attributed partly to its ambiguous generic status. A peculiar hybrid of a Douglas Sirk melodrama and a John Ford Western, Brokeback Mountain addresses both virtue and virility. The film emphasizes the seeming masculinity of its protagonists by portraying the central characters--Ennis and Jack--as rugged heroes in a harsh Western landscape, yet it emasculates or feminizes them by presenting them as unwitting victims of an unrelenting heterosexual and patriarchal society. The commercial success of both Brokeback Mountain and Midnight Cowboy indicate that polemical subjects are not entirely incompatible with Hollywood treatment, they also suggest that mainstream audiences prefer gay sex to be accompanied by cathartic tragedy rather than camp. The writer compares Brokeback Mountain with John Schlesinger's Midnight Cowboy and Andy Warhol's Lonesome Cowboys." [Art Index]

Pitt, Richard N., Jr.
"Downlow Mountain? De/Stigmatizing Bisexuality through Pitying and Pejorative Discourses in Media." Journal of Men's Studies: A Scholarly Journal about Men and Masculinities, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 254-58, April 2006

Pittman, Frank
"Screening Room - Brokeback Mountain - The most talked about movie of the year offers a grave challenge to some of our most cherished gender stereotypes." Psychotherapy networker. 30, no. 2, (2006): 89 (3 pages)

Proulx, Annie.
Brokeback Mountain: story to screenplay New York: Scribner, 2005.
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Reading Brokeback Mountain : essays on the story and the film
Edited by Jim Stacy. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c2007.
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Rich, B. R.
"Brokering Brokeback: Jokes, Backlashes, and Other Anxieties." Film Quarterly v. 60 no. 3 (Spring 2007) p. 44-8
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"Part of a special section on Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain. The writer discusses media reaction to Brokeback Mountain, arguing that the unprecedented coverage amounted to hysteria and homophobia. The unremitting nature of the satires, parodies, and jokes inspired by the film suggested a classic and transparent use of humor to mitigate fear and provide symbolic protection. The film's cycle of mainstream attention finished once the Oscar results were assessed, but the LGBT community's relationship with the film has continued. As an event movie that seeks to bridge marketplaces and move beyond self-identified audiences, however, Brokeback Mountain is unlikely to appeal to all the LGBT communities willing to cast judgment on any such gesture." [Art Index]

Rodriguez, Nelson.
"Brokeback Mountain." Men & Masculinities, Apr2008, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p376-378, 3p
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Rose, Jane, and Joanne Urschel.
"Understanding the complexity of love in Brokeback Mountain: an analysis of the film and short story." The Journal of Men's Studies 14.2 (Spring 2006): 247(5).
This essay examines the complexity of the love that develops between Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist, the protagonists of Brokeback Mountain. We argue that the heterosexist mindset of 1960s-80s American culture and lack of a nurturing and empathetic upbringing from fathers in particular preclude the establishment of a healthy openly public partnership between two men in love. Both Ennis and Jack struggle with emotional repression resulting from childhood abuse and the expectations of hyper-masculinity.

Schneider, Richard, Jr.
"Not quitting Brokeback.(Brokeback Mountain)." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 13.3 (May-June 2006): 10(1).
The extent to which people both gay and straight couldn't stop talking and writing about this movie is testament to the variety of chords it struck-and to its susceptibility to differing interpretations. * In addition to its use of the American cowboy archetype, I think Brokeback also tapped into another paradigm of popular culture: that love is a spontaneous, irresistible force that's out of our control.

Sharrett, Christopher.
"Death of the Strong, Silent Type: The Achievement of Brokeback Mountain." Film International, 2009, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p16-27, 12p
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Snider, Clifton.
"Queer Persona and the Gay Gaze in Brokeback Mountain: Story and Film." Psychological Perspectives, Jun2008, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p54-69, 16p
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"Special Feature on Brokeback Mountain." [Special section; with introd. by Rob White]. Film Quarterly v. 60 no. 3 (Spring 2007) p. 20-67
"A special section on Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain. Brokeback Mountain is politically loaded. Neither a low-budget independent movie nor a social-issue film, it brought a gay couple to the vanguard of U.S. genre cinema. The film's politics are inevitably linked to the difficulties of media and cultural visibility. Articles provide a synopsis of the film, discuss its relationship with the Western movie, its social context, the influence of Chinese melodrama, the tensions between its radical subject matter and conservative resolution, media reaction to the film, the depictions of the homosexual man in the film, and its demonstration of the limits of tragedy for gay storytelling." [Art Index]

Spohrer, Erika.
"Not a Gay Cowboy Movie?" Journal of Popular Film & Television, Spring2009, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p26-33, 8p
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Streitmatter, Rodger.
"Brokeback Mountain : "a breakthrough gay romance"." In: From "perverts" to "fab five" : the media's changing depiction of gay men and lesbians / Rodger Streitmatter. New York : Routledge, 2009.
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Tuss, Alex J.
"Brokeback Mountain and the geography of desire." The Journal of Men's Studies 14.2 (Spring 2006): 243(4).
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Vary, Adam B
"The Brokeback Mountain effect." The Advocate. Feb 28, 2006. p. 36 (6 pages)
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Wood, Robin
"On and around Brokeback Mountain." Film Quarterly Mar 2007, Vol. 60, No. 3: 28–31.
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But I'm a Cheerleader

Leyland, Matthew
"But I'm a Cheerleader." (Review) Sight and Sound March 2001 v11 i3 p41(2)

Mitchell, Elvs
"Don't worry, pink outfits will straighten her out." (movie review) The New York Times July 7, 2000 pB10(N) pE10(L) col 3 (16 col in)

Nichols, Peter M.
"But I'm a Cheerleader." (Review) The New York Times, October 27, 2000, Friday, Late Edition - Final, Section E; Part 1; Page 32; Column 1; Movies, Performing Arts/Weekend Desk,

Stuart, Jan
"But I'm a Cheerleader." (Review) The Advocate July 18, 2000 p59
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Stukin, Stacie.
"But she's serious." (film director Jamie Babbit)(Brief Article)(Interview) The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) July 4, 2000 p48 (812 words)
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Thomas, Kevin.
"'But I'm A Cheerleader' Works Against Its Goals." Los Angeles Times, July 21, 2000, Friday, Home Edition, Page 4,

The Children's Hour

See William Wyler bibliography

The Crying Game

See Neil Jordan bibliography

Cruising

Films in Review, v31 (April 1980), p. 242

Kermode, Mark.
"Cruise Control." Sight and Sound vol. 8 no. 11. 1998 Nov. pp: 22-24.

Kirp, David L.
"How gays lost it at the movies." Dissent, Wntr 1996 v43 n1 p89(4)
"The re-showing of the 1980's film 'Cruising,' which revolved around a serial killer preying on gays in sex clubs in New York, NY, sparked strong criticisms from gay activists. The activists attacked the film for its depiction of the sex lives of homosexuals, which often featured sadomasochistic activities. The film's depiction of homosexual sex life stands in stark contrast with the depiction of other successful films such as 'Philadelphia' and the 'Sum of Us.' These films tried to portray homosexuals as ordinary individuals, engaged in ordinary activities." [Expanded Academic Index]

Miller, D.A.
"Cruising." Film Quarterly Dec 2007, Vol. 61, No. 2: 70–73.
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The Nation, v230 (Feb. 23, 1980), p218

New Yorker, v13 (Feb. 18, 1980), pp: 126-7

Newsweek, v95 (Feb. 18, 1980), p. 92

Vilanch, Bruce.
"Cruising for a bruising." (re-evaluation of William Friedkin's 1980 gay-themed film 'Cruising')(Brief Article) Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (August 17, 1999):85.

Village Voice, (Feb. 18, 1980), p. 47

Time, v115 (Feb. 18, 1980), p. 67

Dog Day Afternoon

See Sidney Lumet bibliography

Far From Heaven (Todd Haynes)e

See Todd Haynes bibliography

Farewell My Concubinee

Fire

Bacchetta, Paola.
"New campaign for lesbian rights in India." off our backs v29, n4 (April, 1999):6

Desai, Jigna
"Homo on the Range: Mobile and Global Sexualities." Social Text - 73 (Volume 20, Number 4), Winter 2002, pp. 65-89
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Desai, Jigna.
"Homo on the Range: Queering Postcoloniality and Globalization in Deepa Mehta's Fire." In: Beyond Bollywood : the cultural politics of South Asian diasporic film / Jigna Desai. New York : Routledge, 2004.
Asian American Studies PN1993.5.I8 D48 2004
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Erlien, Marla
"Imagining India for the West." Gay Community News, Vol 24(2), 8; 1998.
"Film director Deepa Mehta's film, "Fire," opened in Canada and the United States to wild applause, even standing ovations at film festivals. This lesbian-themed film played at queer film festivals, international film festivals and in the United States, at art cinemas. The story has various interpretations. The film depicts a middle-class family in today's New Delhi, where feminist ideas are a still a novelty. "Fire's" treatment of desire between women is seen in a tense relationship between global and local forces, contexts, imaginations. Film critic Roger Ebert comments that "lesbianism is so outside the experience of these Hindus, we learn, that their language even lacks a word for it," suggesting that the meanings of lesbianism have already been patented, in the West, available for export. "Fire" has provoked national discussion in India." [Sexual Diversity Studies]

Gairola, Rahul.
"Burning with Shame: Desire and South Asian Patriarchy, from Gayatri Spivak's 'Can the Subaltern Speak?' to Deepa Mehta's Fire." Comparative Literature. 54(4):307-24. 2002 Fall

Gopinath, Gayatri.
"Nostalgia, Desire, Diaspora: South Asian Sexualities in Motion." In: Theorizing diaspora: a reader / edited by Jana Evans Braziel and Anita Mannur. Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub., 2003. Keyworks in cultural studies ; 6
Main Stack JV6032.T44 2003

Gopinath, Gayatri.
"Local Sites/Global Contexts: The Transnational Trajectories of Deepa Mehta's Fire." In: Queer globalizations: citizenship and the afterlife of colonialism / edited by Arnaldo Cruz-Malave and others. pp: 149-61. New York: New York University Press, c2002.
Main Stack HQ75.15.Q45 2002

Gopinath, Gayatri.
"On Fire." G L Q: a journal of lesbian and gay studies, Vol 4(4), 631-636; 1998

Kapur, Ratna.
"Too hot to handle: the cultural politics of 'Fire.'" Feminist Review 64 (Spring 2000): p53(1).

Malik, R.
"Fire." DDSight & Sound v. ns9 no. 1 (January 1999) p. 46-7

Mannur, Anita.
"Feeding Desire: Food, Domesticity, and Challenges to Hetero-Patriarchy." Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 34-51, Spring 2003.

Morris, Gary.
"Burning Love: Deepa Mehta's 'Fire'". Bright Lights

Van Gelder, Lawrence.
"Fire."(Review) New York Times v146 (Mon, August 25, 1997):B4(N), col 5, 12 col in.

Jack Smith

Arcade, Penny.
"The Last Days and Last Moments of Jack Smith." Film Culture, n76 (June, 1992):28 (5 pages).

Brooks, David.
"Free association interview with Jack Smith--April 23rd, 1964." Film Culture, Fall92, Issue 77, p24, 10p
UCB users only

Canby, Vincent.
"Flaming Creatures." (Living Arts Pages) (movie reviews) New York Times v141 (Tue, Oct 1, 1991):B3(N), C13(L), col 3, 14 col in.

Doty, Alexander.
Flaming classics: queering the film canon / Alexander Doty. New York: Routledge, 2000.
Main Stack PN1995.9.H55.D68 2000

Hoberman, J.
"Everything Overexposed." (analysis of Jack Smith's 1963 film 'Flaming Creatures') Sight and Sound v1, n9 (Jan, 1992):4.

Hoberman, J.
On Jack Smith's Flaming creatures (and other secret-flix of cinemaroc) / New York: Granary Books/Hips Road: [Distributed to the trade by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers], 2001.
MAIN: PN1997.F54 H63 2001

Hoberman, J.
"Treasures From the Mummy's Tomb: The Lost Ffilms of Jack Smith." Film Comment v33, n6 (Nov-Dec, 1997):42 (6 pages).

Holden, Stephen.
"Flaming Creatures." (movie review) (movie reviews) New York Times v147 (Fri, Nov 28, 1997):B26(N), E9(L), col 5, 10 col in.

Moon, Michael.
"Flaming Closets." In Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture. Edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty, pp. 282-306.
Main Stack HQ76.2.U5.O98 1995

Packman, David
"Jack Smith's Flaming creatures: with the tweak of an eyebrow." Film Culture, no63-64 (1977) p. 51-6

Reisman, David.
"In the Grip of the Lobster: Jack Smith Remembered." Millennium Film Journal, Winter1990/1991, Issue 23/24, p60-85, 26p

Rosenbaum, Jonathan
"Flaming Creatures and Scotch Tape." In: Essential cinema : on the necessity of film canons / Jonathan Rosenbaum.. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004.
Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
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Moffitt PN1994 .R5684 2004
Pacific Film Archive PN1994 .R63 2004

Sargeant, Jack.
"Low-rent Hollywood & Cobra Camp: Jack Smith's Flaming Creatures." In: Naked lens: beat cinema / Jack Sargeant. Berkeley, CA : Soft Skull : distributed by Publishers Group West ; London : Turnaround [distributor], c2008.
Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.E96 S37 2001

Siegel, Marc.
"Documentary that Dare/Not Speak Its Name: Jack Smith's Flaming Creatures." In: Between the Sheets, in the Streets: Queer, Lesbian, Gay Documentary. Chris Holmlund and Cynthia Fuchs, editors. pp: 91-106. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997.
Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only)
UCB Main P96.D622 U63 1997

Smith, Jack.
"The Astrology of a Movie Scorpio." Film Culture, n76 (June, 1992):22 (3 pages).

Suarez, Juan Antonio.
Bike Boys, Drag Queens & Superstars: Avant-garde, Mass Culture, and Gay Identities in the 1960s Underground Cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1996.
UCB Main PN1995.9.E96 S82 1996
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.E96 S82 1996

Tartaglia, Jerry.
"The Gay Sensibility in American Avant Garde Film." Millennium Film Journal; Summer/Fall1979, Issue 4/5, p53-58, 6p

Tartaglia, Jerry.
"The perfect queer appositeness of Jack Smith." (Critical Essay). Quarterly Review of Film and Video 18.1 (Jan 2001): p39(14).
UC users only
Jack Smith celebrated the motion picture career of Maria Montez in his transvestite performances on film. His avant-garde stance explored alienation, failure, and the distorted perspective Smith felt were essential to experience the aesthetics of gay camp.

Flesh

Brasell, R. Bruce.
"My Hustler: Gay Spectatorship as Cruising." Wide Angle, vol. 14 no. 2. 1992 Apr. PAGES: 54-64.

Ehrenstein, David.
"The Filmmaker as Homosexual Hipster: Andy Warhol Contextualized." Arts Magazine v63, n10 (Summer, 1989):61 (4 pages).

Gidal, Peter.
Andy Warhol: Films and Paintings. [London] Studio Vista [New York] Dutton Pictureback [1971]. Series title: Studio Vista/Dutton pictureback.
--UCB Main NX93.W37 G51

Koch, Stephen.
Stargazer; Andy Warhol's World and His Films. New York, Praeger [1973].
--UCB Main PN1998.A3 W2771;
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 W27
O'Pray, Michael.

Andy Warhol Film Factory
Edited by Michael O'Pray. London: BFI Pub., 1989.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 W2771 1989;
UCB Moffitt PN1998.3.W366 O6 1989

Smith, Patrick S.
Andy Warhol's Art and Films. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, c1986.
UCB Moffitt NX512.W37 S6 1986

Suarez, Juan Antonio.
Bike Boys, Drag Queens & Superstars: Avant-garde, Mass Culture, and Gay Identities in the 1960s Underground Cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1996.
UCB Main PN1995.9.E96 S82 1996;
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.E96 S82 1996

Taubin, Amy.
"My Time is Not Your Time." Sight and Sound v4, n6 (June, 1994):21 (4 pages).

Fried Green Tomatoes

Berglund, Jeff.
"'The Secret's in the Sauce': Dismembering Normativity in Fried Green Tomatoes." Camera Obscura: A Journal of Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, vol. 42, pp. 125-62, Sept 1999
UC users only

Church, Jennifer Ross.
"The Balancing Act of Fried Green Tomatoes." In: Vision/re-vision : adapting contemporary American fiction by women to film / edited by Barbara Tepa Bowling Green, OH : Bowling Green State University Popular Press, c1996.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1997.85 .V57 1996
PFA PN1997.85 .V57 1996

Eaklor, Vicki L.
"'Seeing' lesbians in film and history." Historical Reflections; Summer94, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p321, 13p
UC users only

Egerton, John.
"As God Is My Witness, I'll Never Go Hungry Again." Southern Quarterly, Winter2007, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p16-18, 3p
UC users only

Hollinger, Karen.
"The Erotic Female Friendship Film: Lesbianism in the Mainstream." In: In the company of women : contemporary female friendship films / Karen Hollinger. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks

Holmlund, Chris.
"Cruisin' for a Bruisin': Hollywood's Deadly (Lesbian) Dolls." Cinema Journal, Fall94, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p31-51, 21p
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Lindenfeld , Laura
"Women who eat too much: femininity and food in Fried Green Tomatoes." In: From Betty Crocker to feminist food studies : critical perspectives on women and food / Arlene Voski Avakian, Barbara Haber, editors. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, c2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks HQ1111 .F76 2005

Mayne, Judith.
"Screening Lesbians." The new lesbian studies : into the twenty-first century / edited by Bonnie Zimmerman and Toni A. H. New York : Feminist Press at The City University of New York, 1996.
Main (Gardner) Stacks HQ75.15 .L47 1996
Moffitt HQ75.15 .L47 1996

Rockler, Naomi R.
"A wall on the lesbian continuum: polysemy and "Fried Green Tomatoes."" Women's Studies in Communication, 2001, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p90-106, 17p
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Vickers, Lu.
"Excuse me, did we see the same movie?" Jump Cut, Jun 1994, Issue 39, p25-30, 6p

Whitt, Jan.
"What Happened to Celie and Idgie? 'Apparitional Lesbians' in American Film." Studies in Popular Culture, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 43-57, Apr 2005
UC users only

Zeck, Shari.
"Laughter, Loss, and Transformation in Fried Green Tomatoes." In: Performing gender and comedy : theories, texts and contexts / edited by Shannon Hengen. Amsterdam : Gordon and Breach, c1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1922 .P47 1998

Go Fish

Ansen, David.
"Go Fish." (movie reviews) Newsweek v123, n26 (June 27, 1994):53 (2 pages).

"A Couple of Lesbians Sitting Around Talking (mostly about their film)." (Rose Troche and Guinevere Turner, director and star of 'Go Fish') New Yorker v70, n12 (May 9, 1994):40 (2 pages).

Davies, Jude.
"Go Fish: Lesbian Romances of Resistance." In: Gender, Ethnicity and Sexuality in Contemporary American Film / Jude Davies and Carol R. Smith. pp: 134-7. Edinburgh: Keele University Press, 1997. Series title: BAAS paperbacks.
UCB Main PN1995.9.M64 D38 1997

Francke, Lizzie.
"Go Fish." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v4, n7 (July, 1994):42 (2 pages).

Hollinger, Karen.
"The Erotic Female Friendship Film: Lesbianism in the Mainstream." In: In the company of women : contemporary female friendship films / Karen Hollinger. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks

Kort, Michele.
"Gone Fishing." (lesbian producer Christine Vachon on her film 'Go Fish') (Film) Advocate, n648 (Feb 8, 1994):58 (5 pages).

Levy, Emanuel.
"Go Fish." (movie reviews) Advocate, n657 (June 14, 1994):93 (2 pages).

Maslin, Janet.
"Go Fish." (movie reviews) New York Times v143 (Fri, June 10, 1994):B9(N), C6(L), col 1, 13 col in.

Rich, B. R.
"Goings and Comings: The Birth-Pangs of the Lesbian Comdey 'Go Fish.'" Sight and Sound 1994 JUL, V4 N7:14-16.

Travers, Peter.
"Go Fish." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone, n685 (June 30, 1994):82.

Grief

Frascella, Lawrence.
"Grief." (movie reviews) Advocate, n651 (March 22, 1994):71 (2 pages).

James, Caryn.
"Grief." (movie reviews) New York Times v143 (Fri, June 3, 1994):B9(N), col 5, 7 col in.

Romney, Jonathan.
"Grief." (movie reviews)

Sharman, Leslie Felperin.
"Grief." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v4, n4 (April, 1994):42.

Happy Together

Berry, Chris.
"Happy Alone? Sad Young Men in East Asian Gay Cinema." (Critical Essay) Journal of Homosexuality (June, 2000):187.
Author Abstract: "This essay chooses as its texts three films representing contemporary gay male subjects from each of the "three" China's: HK, Taiwan, and the Mainland. Relocating the homoerotic image of the "sad young man," a trope popular from Hollywood rebellion films of the 1950s and 1960s, to contemporary China, I discuss how this masculine icon has been transformed from one of heroic rebellion to one of existential isolation. Indeed, as the politics of both the outmoded Confucian family and fractured Chinese nationhood intersect, what the sad young (gay) man rebels against is a political fluctuation which is no longer fixed; as the young man's opposition is no longer fixed, so too does he become alienated even from his own rebellious cause." [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678. E-mail address: Website: <http://www.HaworthPress.com>] COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc.

Chow, Rey
"Nostalgia of the New Wave: Structure in Wong Kar-wai's Happy Together." Camera Obscura 09-30-1999 N.42 p. 31
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also reprinted in: Keyframes: popular cinema and cultural studies / edited by Matthew Tinkcom and Amy Villarejo. London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
Main Stack PN1995.9.S6.K49 2001

Corliss, Richard.
"Happy Together/Chunguang Zhaxie." (Review) Time v150, n17 (Oct 27, 1997):1.

Holden, Stephen.
"Happy Together/Chunguang Zhaxie." (Review) New York Times v147 (Fri, Oct 10, 1997):B10(N), E10(L), col 1, 16 col in.

O'Sullivan, Charlotte.
"Happy Together/Chunguang Zhaxie." (Review) Sight and Sound v8, n5 (May, 1998):49.

Stuart, Jan.
"Happy Together/Chunguang Zhaxie." (Review) Advocate, n746 (Nov 11, 1997):67 (2 pages).

"To the end of the world." (production of film 'Happy Together' by Wong Kar-Wai) Sight and Sound v7, n5 (May, 1997):14 (4 pages).

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Cowan, Sharon.
""We Walk Among You": Trans Identity Politics Goes to the Movies." Canadian Journal of Women & the Law, 2009, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p91-117, 27p
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Dean, Sharon G.
""There Ain't Much of a Difference/Between a Bridge and a Wall": Hedwig and the Angry Inch--A Bisexual Aesthetic for Film." Journal of Bisexuality, 2005, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p107-116, 10p

Feffer, Steve.
"Despite All the Amputations, You Could Dance to the Rock and Roll Station": Staging Authenticity in Hedwig and the Angry Inch." Journal of Popular Music Studies, Sep2007, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p239-258, 20p
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Hsu, Wendy
"Reading and queering Plato in Hedwig and the Angry Inch." In: Queer popular culture : literature, media, film, and television / edited by Thomas Peele. New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1992.8.H64 Q44 2007

Knapp, Raymond.
"Hedwig and the angry inch." In: The American musical and the performance of personal identity / Raymond Knapp. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c2006.
Music ML2054 .K6 2006

Mott, George
"The vanishing point of the sexual subject." Psychoanalytic Review. Vol 91(4), Aug 2004, pp. 607-614
UC users only

Page, Conrad.
"I heart Hedwig". CineAction Wntr 2008 i75 p50(4)
UC users only

Sypniewski, Holly.
"The Pursuit of Eros in Plato’s Symposium and Hedwig and the Angry Inch." International Journal of the Classical Tradition; Dec2008, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p558-586, 29p
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Tobias, James
"Melos, Telos, and Me: Transpositions of identity in the rock musical." In: A companion to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer studies / edited by George E. Haggerty and Molly McGarry. Malden, MA ; Oxford : Blackwell, 2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks HQ75.15 .C66 2007

Wilchins, Riki.
"Gender on celluloid: Hedwig and the Angry Inch bridges old drag stereotypes and an emerging wave of films that take gender issues seriously and offer genderqueers who are fully human." The Advocate. Aug 14, 2001. p. 26

I Shot Andy Warhol

Alleva, Richard
"I ShotAndy Warhol." (movie reviews) Commonweal v123, n13 (July 12, 1996):21

Ansen, David
"I ShotAndy Warhol." (movie reviews) Newsweek v127, n19 (May 6, 1996)

Baumgardner, Jennifer
"I ShotAndy Warhol." (movie reviews) Ms. Magazine v6, n6 (May-June, 1996):73

Bear, Liza
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) Art in America v84, n9 (Sept, 1996):40

Coe, Jonathan
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews)New Statesman (1996) v125, n4312 (Nov 29, 1996):41.

Denby, David
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) New York v29, n18 (May 6, 1996):82

Holly Woodlawn
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) Advocate, n708 (May 28, 1996):57

Holden, Stephen.
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) New York Times v145, sec2 (Sun, April 28, 1996)

Kauffmann, Stanley
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews)New Republic v214, n19 (May 6, 1996):24

Klawans, Stuart
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) Nation v262, n21 (May 27, 1996):35

Konigsberg, Eric.
"Fifteen More Minutes." (movie 'I Shot Andy Warhol') New York v29, n5 (Feb 5, 1996):42 (5 pages).

Maslin, Janet
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) New York Times v145 (Fri, April 5, 1996)

McCarthy, Todd
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) Variety v361, n12 (Jan 29, 1996):60

Pawelczak, Andy
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) Films in Review v47, n9-10 (Sept-Oct, 1996):60.

Rafferty, Terrence
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) New Yorker v72, n11 (May 13, 1996):

Travers, Peter
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews)Rolling Stone, n734 (May 16, 1996):71

"Warhol's Nemesis." (Mary Harron's directorial debut is 'I Shot Andy Warhol,' a portrait of Valerie Solanas, who shot and nearly killed Warhol)(Brief Article)Maclean's v109, n20 (May 13, 1996):49.

White, Rob.
"I Shot Andy Warhol." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v6, n12 (Dec, 1996):48 (2 pages).

In and Out

Corliss, Richard.
"In and Out." (movie reviews) Time v150, n12 (Sept 22, 1997):90.

Galvin, Peter.
"All about In and Out." ( a motion picture about a coming out of a gay person) (includes related article on actor Tom Selleck) Advocate, n742 (Sept 16, 1997):28 (5 pages).
In and Out is a movie inspired by the acceptance speech of Tom Hanks when he won the Oscars Best Actor award in 1994 when he disclosed the homosexuality of his teacher, Rawley Farnsworth. The movie stars Kevin Kline, Tom Selleck, Joan Cusack and Debbie Reynolds.

Denby, David.
"In and Out." (movie reviews) New York v30, n36 (Sept 22, 1997):54 (2 pages).

Keller, James.
"In and Out: Self-Referentiality and Hollywood's 'Queer' Politics." Journal of Popular Film and Television vol. 26 no. 3. 1998 Fall. pp: 136-43.
"The marketing and promotion of Frank Oz's 1997 film In & Out, the story of a gay man, demonstrated that, although Hollywood in the 1990's became more open to films with gay themes and "queer" political messages, popular entertainment remained bound by homophobia that proscribed the direct representation of gay experience." [America History and Life]

Maslin, Janet.
"In and Out." (movie reviews) New York Times v146, n262 (Fri, Sept 19, 1997):B12(N), E12(L), col 3, 20 col in.

Stuart, Jan.
"In and Out." (movie reviews) Advocate, n743 (Sept 30, 1997):55 (2 pages).

Travers, Peter.
"In and Out." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone, n770 (Oct 2, 1997):61.

Kiss of the Spider Woman

Blake, R.A.
"Film: confinement." America 153 Sep 28 (1985): 176.

Boccia, Michael.
"Versions (Con-, In-, and Per-) in Manuel Puig's and Hector Babenco's Kiss of the Spider Woman, Novel and Film." Modern Fiction Studies, Autumn86, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p417-426, 11p

Buehrer, David.
"Real Men, Unreal Women: Fictional Text, Cinematic Counter-Text, and the Politics of Gender in The Kiss of the Spider Woman." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology. 21(3-4):159-65. 2000

Burke, Ken.
"Adapting Kiss of the Spider Woman: Every Picture Tells A Story." Journal of Visual Literacy, Autumn2010, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p106-128, 23p UC users only

Cornyetz-Lubka, B.
"Kiss of the Spider-Woman." The Psychoanalytic Review 73 n3 (1986): 382-384.

Dittmar, Linda.
"Beyond Gender and within It: The Social Construction of Female Desire." Wide Angle 1986, 8:3-4, 79-88.

Dudar, Helen, E.B. Fein and Maureen Dowd.
"Three new films: from vision to reality." The New York Times 134 Jul 21 (1985): 1+ [2p] sec 2.

Dunne, Michael.
"Bakhtinian dialogics in Hector Babenco's "Kiss of the Spider Woman." Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities 14 n3 (1995): 14-24.

Gordon, E.
"Kiss of the Spider Woman". The Film Journal 88 Aug (1985): 17-18.

Kael, P.
"The current cinema: tangled webs." The New Yorker 61 Aug 26 (1985): 61-5.

Karetnikova, Inga; Barber, Susanna
"Cinematic Qualities in the Novel Kiss of the Spider Woman." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 164-168, 1987.

Machiorlatti, Jennifer.
"Temporality and self reflexivity in "Kiss of the Spider Woman." Michigan Academician 25 n3 (1993): 212-213.

Maslin, J.
"At the movies." The New York Times 134 Sep 13 (1985): C6.

Mistron, Deborah E.
"Narration in Literature and Film: Intertextuality in Kiss of the Spider Woman." West Virginia University Philological Papers, vol. 35, pp. 104-111, 1989.

Santoro, Patricia.
"Kiss of the Spider Woman, Novel, Play, and Film: Homosexuality and the Discourse of the Maternal in a Third World Prison." In: Framing Latin American cinema: contemporary critical perspectives / Ann Marie Stock, editor. pp: 120-40 Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997.
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Sklar, R.
"Kiss of the Spider Woman". Cineaste 14 n3 (1986): 38-9.

Strick, P.
"Kiss of the Spider Woman". Films and Filming n376 Jan (1986): 36-7.

Viano, M.
"Kiss of the Spider Woman". Film Quarterly 39 n3 (1986): 41-6.

Wiegmann, Mira.
The staging and transformation of gender archetypes in A midsummer night's dream, M. Butterfly, and Kiss of the Spider Woman Author: Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, c2003.
MAIN: PN56.S52 W54 2003

Williams, Bruce
"I Lost It at the Movies: Parodic Spectatorship in Hector Babenco's Kiss of the Spider Woman." Cinémas: Revue d'Études Cinématographiques, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 79-94, Fall 1999.

Young, V.
"Dangerous moves: three of them." Hudson Review 39 n2 (1986): 293-7.

The L Word

Bolonik, Kera.
"Not your mother's lesbians." New York Jan 12, 2004 v37 i1 p18(6)
"The L Word is a powerful, wildly sexy television series that breaks the new ground for lesbian stereotypes offering a candid portrayal of the sexual lives of a circle of glamorous female friends who have a tremendous drive to succeed. The show focuses on romantic relationships and devotes its attention equally to the intricacies and intimacies of friendship, which is where so much of the lesbodrama enters the picture." [Expanded Academic Index]

Demenchuk, Michael
"Like life, 'L Word' has ups, downs." (a review of Showtime's 'The L Word')(Television Program Review) Multichannel News Dec 22, 2003 v24 i51 p10(1) (388 words)

Franklin, Nancy
"L.A. LOVE." (The L Word)(Television Program Review) The New Yorker Feb 2, 2004 p080 (1214 words)
UC users only

"The L Word": a small battle won? (Letters)(Letter to the Editor) off our backs May-June 2004 v34 i5-6 p65(2) (845 words)
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Reading The L word: outing contemporary television
Edited by Kim Akass and Janet McCabe ; introduction by Sarah Warn.London ; New York: I.B. Tauris ; New York: In the United States and in Canada distributed by Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
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MOFF: PN1995.9.L48 R43 2006

Reeder, Constance
"The skinny on the L Word: loser ludicrous lewd lame laughable lacking leering laborious lazy leaden lying limited lugubrious lackluster lousy loo low-fat lackluster lamentable languid languorous lassitude loathsome loutish loveless loopy lobotomized lithium limited lima beans lies." (Television Program Review) off our backs Jan-Feb 2004 v34 i1-2 p51(2) (1213 words)
UC users only

Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky
"'The L word': novelty in normalcy." The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 16, 2004 v50 i19 pB10(2)
" The new television series The L Word is focused on the lives of a group of women, most of who are lesbians. The new series is different from the other series currently offered on television, in making a quantitative difference to the viewer's encounter with social truth by dramatizing several lesbian plots at a time." [Expanded Academic Index]

Tulchinsky, Karen X.
"Drama queers: who knew that the hot new drama the L-Word featured a slew of Canadian actors, directors and crew members? And that the cafe where much of the drama unfolds. Is located in Vancouver, not LA?" (Television Program Review)
UC users only

The Living End

Grundmann, Roy.
"The Fantasies We Live By: Bad Boys in Swoon & The Living End." Cineaste v19, n4 (Fall, 1992):25 (5 pages).

Mills, Karen
"The Living End as an AIDS Road Film." In: The road movie book / edited by Steven Cohan and Ina Rae Hark. London ; New York: Routledge, 1997.
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Main Stack PN1995.9.R63.R63 1997

Moran, James M.
"Gregg Araki: Guerrilla Film-Maker for a Queer Generation." Film Quarterly Oct 1996, Vol. 50, No. 1: 18–26.
UC users only

M Butterfly

See David Cronenberg bibliography

Ma Vie en Rose

Cairns, Lucille.
"Gender Trouble in Ma vie en rose." In: France on film : reflections on popular French cinema / edited by Lucy Mazdon. London : Wallflower, 2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks; PN1993.5.F7 F71 2001
PFA PN1993.5.F7 F71 2001

Ince, Kate.
"Queering the Family? Fantasy and the performance of sexuality and gay relations in French cinema 1995-2000." Studies in French Cinema, 2002, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p90, 8p
UC users only

Johnston, Cristina.
"Representations of homosexuality in 1990s mainstream French cinema." Studies in French Cinema, 2002, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p23, 9p
UC users only

Kline T.
"Alain Berliner's {Ma Vie en Rose} (1997): crossing dress, crossing boundaries." Gender & Psychoanalysis, 3, no. 4 (Oct, 1999): 435-49

Nadeau, Chantal.
"Life with Pinky Dots." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian & Gay Studies, 2000, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p137-144, 8p
UC users only

Quint, Cordula.
"Boys Won't Be Boys: Cross-Gender Masquerade and Queer Agency in Ma vie en rose." In: Where the boys are : cinemas of masculinity and youth / edited by Murray Pomerance and Frances Gateward. Detroit : Wayne State University Press, c2005.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.B7 W54 2005
PFA PN1995.9.B7 W54 2005

Reader, Keith.
""If I were a girl--and I am not": Cross-dressing in Alain Berliner's Ma vie en rose and Jean Renoir's La Grande Illusion." Esprit Createur, 2002, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p50-59, 10p
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Rees-Roberts, Nick
"La Confusion des Genres Transsexuality, Effeminacy and Gay Identity in France." La Confusion des Genres Transsexuality, Effeminacy and Gay Identity in France International Journal of Cultural Studies September 2004 vol. 7 no. 3 281-300
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Schiavi, Michael R.
"A 'girlboy's' own story: non-masculine narrativity in Ma Vie en Rose." College Literature 31.3 (Summer 2004): 1(26).
UC users only

Stewart, Steve.
"Being a Kid Is a Drag ? Onscreen." Bright Lights, November 2002 | Issue 38

Stone, Alan A.
"Seeing pink: Ma vie en rose, 1997." Movies and the moral adventure of life / Alan A. Stone ; foreword by Joshua Cohen. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.5 .S75 2007

Maedchen In Uniform

Barker, Jennifer
"Indifference, Identification, and Desire in Virginia Woolf’s Three Guineas, Leni Riefenstahl’s The Blue Light and Triumph of the Will, and Leontine Sagan’s Maedchen in Uniform." Women in German Yearbook: Feminist Studies in German Literature & Culture Volume 26, 2010
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Eisner, Lotte H.
The Haunted Screen: Expressionism in the German Cinema and the Influence of Max Reinhardt. pp: 325-26. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1973, c1969.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G3.E512 1973
Media Center PN1993.5.G3E513 1969
Moffitt PN1993.5.G3E513 1969)

Kracauer, Siegfried.
From Caligari to Hitler, A Psychological History of the German Film. pp: 226-229. [Princeton, N.J.] Princeton University Press, 1947.
Main Stack PN1993.5.G3.K71 1947
Moffitt PN1993.5.G3.K7

Rich, B. Ruby.
"From Repressive Tolerance to Erotic Liberation: Madchen in Uniform." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / edited by Corey K. Creekmur and Alexander Doty. pp: 137-66. Durham: Duke University Press,1995.
UCB Main HQ76.2.U5 O98 1995

Weinstein, Valerie
"Working Weimar Women into the National Socialist Community: Carl Froelich’s Women’s Labor Service Film, Ich für Dich—Du für mich (1934), and Mädchen in Uniform (1931)." Women in German Yearbook: Feminist Studies in German Literature & Culture Volume 25, 2009
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Schlupmann, Heide & Karola Gramman
"Madchen in Uniform" Screening the Past, Issue 1 (Jan 12, 1998)

Slide, Anthony.
Selected Film Criticism. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1982-1985. pp: 103-106.
Media Center PN1995.S426 1982 Library has: v.1 (1912-1920), v.7 (1951-1960)
Hum/Area PN1995.S426 1982 Reference Stack Library has: v.1-6 (1982-1984)

White, Patricia.
"Reading the Code(s)." In: Uninvited: classical Hollywood cinema and lesbian representability / Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1999.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L48 W54 1999

Maurice

See James Ivory bibliography

Midnight Cowboy

See John Schlesinger bibliography

My Beautiful Laundrette

See Stephen Frears bibliography

Orlando

See Sally Potter bibliography

Philadelphia

See Jonathan Demme Bibliography

Poison

See Todd Haynes bibliography

Queen Christina

See Greta Garbo bibliography

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy

Allatson, Paul
"Queer Eye's Primping and Pimping for Empire et al." Feminist Media Studies, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 208-11, Summer 2004.
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"Highlighting the processes of globalization that accompany the worldwide distribution of reality television, the author's essay contends that Queer Eye for the Straight Guy encapsulates the new world order promoted by the United States. Linking the representations of the queer "I" with the economic structures underpinning the current global system, his analysis emphasizes the heterosexual economy this seemingly radical show reiterates. The superficial work done by the five stars of the show is also meaningful in terms of this individualized national narrative as the group labors to sell the myth of innate perfectibility in an unconstrained "American" Dreamscape. Since the five are the store-front agents by which this dream is managed, they provide a differently dressed parallel to those other representatives of the United States who are routinely authorized to uphold their state's role as the worldwide nemesis of so-called rogue regimes." [Communication Abstracts]

Cohen, Art.
"Eyes on the guys: gay men's turn on TV.(Television)." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 10.6 (Nov-Dec 2003): 50(1). 17 November 2005
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Cohan, Steven
"Queer eye for the straight guise : camp, postfeminism, and the fab five's makeovers of masculinity." In: Interrogating postfeminism : gender and the politics of popular culture / edited by Yvonne Tasker and Diane Negra. Durham, [N.C.] : Duke University Press, c2007.
Main Stack HQ1190.I58 2007
Moffitt HQ1190.I58 2007

Di Mattia, Joanna L.
"The gentle art of manscaping: lessons in hetero-masculinity from the Queer eye guys." In: Makeover television : realities remodelled / edited by Dana Heller. London : I. B. Tauris, c2007.
Main Stack PN1992.8.R43.M35 2007

Gallagher, M.
"Queer eye for the heterosexual couple." Feminist Media Studies, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 222-226, 2004
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"One of the successes of the post-Survivor wave of reality television has been the "makeover" program Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, in which a quintent of gay men?specializing in fashion, culture, grooming, interior decoration, and cuisine?revamp the personal style of a heterosexual man in the New York City region. The show, which debuted in July 2003 on the cable network Bravo, has gained popularity for numerous reasons?it is less about sexual identity and more about emergency lifestyle repair, and it conveys the sense that although gay men and straight men may do things differently in the bedroom, in the end they are all guys. Alongside these appeals, the show explicitly promotes upscale restaurants, reailers, and salons. What authorizes the program's consumerist parade is its implicit mission to transform a subject into a better heterosexual, more prepared for dating, cohabitation, or marriage. In the show, gay men's energies are directed not toward their own lives or relationships, but toward the maintenance and improvement of heterosexual romance. Crucial to this project are the effacement and transformation of labor and the apparent foregrounding but actual erasure of gay sexuality." [Communication Abstracts]

Hart, Kylo-Patrick R.,
"We're Here, We're Queer-and We're Better Than You: The Representational Superiority of Gay Men to Heterosexuals on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." Journal of Men's Studies: A Scholarly Journal about Men and Masculinities, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 241-53, Spring 2004.
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Heller, Dana
"Taking the Nation 'From Drab to Fab': Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." Feminist Media Studies, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 347-50, November 2004.

Huff, Richard M.
"Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." In: Reality television / Richard M. Huff. Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2006.
Main Stack PN1992.8.R43.H84 2006
Moffitt PN1992.8.R43.H84 2006

Kanner, Melinda
"Questions for Queer Eye." (Essay)(Television Program Review). The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 11.2 (March-April 2004): p35(3). (2433 words)
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Kavka, Misha
"The Queering of Reality TV." Feminist Media Studies, Volume 4, Issue 2 July 2004 , pages 203 - 231
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Keller, James
"'Does He Think We Are Not Watching?': Straight Guys and the Queer Eye Panopticon." Studies in Popular Culture, vol. 26, no. 3, pp. 49-60, Spring 2004.

Kooijman, Jaap.
"They're Here, They're Queer, and Straight America Loves It." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies - Volume 11, Number 1, 2005, pp. 106-109 - Review
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Lewis, Tania.
"'He needs to face his fears with these five queers!' : Queer eye for the straight guy, makeover TV, and the lifestyle expert." In: Smart living : lifestyle media and popular expertise New York : Peter Lang, c2008.
Main Stack HQ2044.U6.L49 2008

March, Thomas
"The 'Fabulous' Factor." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide. May/Jun 2006. Vol. 13, Iss. 3; p. 44 (2 pages)
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Meyer, Michaela D. E.; Kelley, Jennifer M.
"Queering the Eye? The Politics of Gay White Men and Gender (In)Visbility." Feminist Media Studies, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 214-17, Summer 2004.
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" Queer Eye for the Straight Guy began its broadcast on July 15, 2003, and quickly became a popular culture phenomenon. Patterned after the makeover genre, the show features five homosexual males taking a single, straight male and turning him from slob to suave in each episode. Although the authors strongly agree with scholars who assert that positive representations of gays and lesbians are increasing, they also believe that the show in particular holds the potential for both/and depictions of queer life. In other words, while the show promotes visibility and challenges the traditional position of straight men as superior in knowledge, it also contains potentitally dangerous representations. When television programs connect "queer" with maleness and feminize the program's characters, audiences potentially miss the subtle stereotypes perpetuated by the text. Future examinations of Queer Eye should use their observations to examine how the show functions in other ways (positive or negative) that potentially influence audience members. Given the power of media to influence identity formation, the authors note that there must be questions of the politics of representations that (in)validate performed sexual identities." [Communication Abstracts]

Miller. Toby.
"A Metrosexual Eye on Queer Guy." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies (Feb 2005)
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Morrish, Liz; O'Mara, Kathleen
"Queer Eye for the Straight Guy: Confirming and Confounding Masculinity." Feminist Media Studies, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 350-52, November 2004.

Muñoz, José Esteban
"Queer Minstrels For The Straight Eye, Race As Surplus In Gay TV." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 2005 11(1):101-102
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Pearson, K.; Reich, N. M.
"Queer Eye fairy tale: Changing the world one manicure at a time." Feminist Media Studies, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 229-231, 2004
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"The authors' essay offers several contributions for queer readings of text. The authors examine the recent popular cable show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and the five men who work to transform heterosexual men into eligible bachelors. Recent scholarship argues that popular representation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people rely on heteronormativity. The authors extend these critiques by reading for queer possibilities within television's hetero-order. Next, because their analysis emphasizes the Fab Five's disruption of a heteronormative logic, they offer a hopeful queer possibility?instead of an empty hetero-demise. Finally, a "queer-eye" rhetoric may be useful for queer politics as it rejects status quo sexual and gender categories and instead disrupts the logic that sustains these categories. In short, Queer Eye changes the prevailing mantra "It takes a village" to "It takes a Village People," thus assigning queers an authoritative voice in a civilizing process that challenges heteronormativity one manicure at a time." [Communication Abstracts]

Ramsey, E. Michele; Santiago, Gladys
"The Conflation of Male Homosexuality and Femininity in Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." Feminist Media Studies, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 353-55, November 2004.
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"Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guyfeatures five gay men, the "Fab Five," skillfully making over unfashionable men. The successful program follows homosexual and heterosexual men bonding over fashion and facial products, but this seemingly uncommon union strays very little from the typical mainstream representation of gay males. Rather, the program continues the Hollywood tradition of defining homosexuality in opposition to masculinity. With their focus on issues of grooming and culture, the Fab Five may move past typical representations of gay male characters as AIDS-stricken or as ostentatious sidekicks, but they continue to represent gay men as "feminine." In this article, the authors argue that in its first season, the show reifies public definitions of gay men as "feminine" in three primary ways: the neutralization of homosexuality, the choice of men to be made over, and the focus on Carson as the program's primary source of humor. The authors end the article with a brief discussion of the "metrosexual," a term rising from the ashes of rigid definitions of masculinity in response to the success of the show." [Communication Abstracts]

Sender, Katherine
"Queens for a Day: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and the Neoliberal Project." Critical Studies in Media Communication, Volume 23, Issue 2, 2006, Pages 131 – 151
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"This paper moves beyond a conventional critique of gay stereotyping on Bravo's popular makeover show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy to consider how the show puts gay cultural expertise to work to reform a heterosexual masculinity that is compatible with the neoliberal moment. At issue are the newly public acknowledgement of gay taste and consumer expertise; the #8220crisis of masculinity#8221 that requires that heterosexual men must now attend to their relationships, image, and domestic habitus; and the remaking of the straight guy as not only an improved romantic partner#8212the metrosexual#8212but a more flexible, employable worker. The author concludes by considering how camp deconstructs some of Queer Eye's most heteronormative aims, even while leaving its class and consumption rationales intact."

Stadler, Gustavus T.
"Queer Guy for the Straight "I"." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies - Volume 11, Number 1, 2005, pp. 109-111 - Review
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Straayer, Chris; Waugh, Tom.
"Queer TV Style: Introduction." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies - Volume 11, Number 1, 2005, p. 95 - Review
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Streitmatter, Rodger.
"Queer eye for the straight guy : the "fab five" as gay reality TV." In: From "perverts" to "fab five" : the media's changing depiction of gay men and lesbians / Rodger Streitmatter. New York : Routledge, 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks HQ76.2.U5 S87 2009

Torres, Sasha
"Why Can't Johnny Shave?" GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 11.1 (2005) 95-97
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Weber, Brenda R.
"What Makes the Man? Television Makeovers, Made-Over Masculinity, and Male Body Image." International Journal of Men's Health Volume 5, Number 3 / Fall 2006
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Westerfelhaus, Robert; Lacroix, Celeste .
"Seeing "Straight" through Queer Eye: Exposing the Strategic Rhetoric of Heteronormativity in Mediated Ritual of Gay Rebellion." Critical Studies in Media Communication. Dec 2006. Vol. 23, Iss. 5; p. 426
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Bravo's hit series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy has garnered much popular and critical acclaim. While from a Queer theory perspective, Queer Eye's openly gay stars and their easy fraternization with straight men can be celebrated, there are reasons for critical concern. In interrogating the series as an expression of the strategic rhetoric of heteronormativity, we examine how Queer Eye functions as a mediated ritual of rebellion that domesticates Queers, contains Queer sexuality, and places straight men at the sociosexual center. The series thus supports the very heteronormative order it seems to challenge.

Queer as Folk

Canning, Richard.
"Queer as Folk." Gay & Lesbian Review v7, n1 (Wntr, 2000):58.

Emig, Rainer, West
"Queering the Straights: Straightening Queers: Commodified Sexualities and Hegemonic Masculinity." In: Subverting masculinity: hegemonic and alternative versions of masculinity in contemporary culture / edited by Russell West and Frank Lay. Amsterdam ; Atlanta: Rodopi, c 2000.
Anthropology HQ1090.S83 2000
Main Stack HQ1090.S83 2000

Franklin, Nancy.
"Queer as Folk." (television program review) New Yorker v76, n42 (Jan 15, 2001):94 (3 pages).

Hensely, Dennis
"Inside Queer as Folk."(television program) Advocate (Nov 21, 2000):46.

Holleran, Andrew
"Brief History of a Media Taboo." Gay & Lesbian Review, VIII (2): 12+, March 2001
Author discusses success of television drama, "Queer as Folk," and how the perception of gays and lesbians lifestyles in media is becoming more approachable and acceptable

Johnson, Margaret E.
"Boldly Queer: Gender Hybridity in Queer as Folk." Quarterly Review of Film and Video, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 293-301, Fall 2004.

Jones, Wenzel.
"Queer as Folk: the ultimate episode guide." (Interview)(Cover Story) The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) July 6, 2004 p40(17) (8790 words)
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Kilday, Gregg.
"Queer as Folk in America." Advocate (Oct 10, 2000):62.

Leonard, John.
"Queer as Folk." (television program review) New York v33, n47 (Dec 4, 2000):95 (2 pages).

Phillips, Barbara D.
"TV: a straight-on look at gay life." (Queer as Folk)(Review) (television program review) Wall Street Journal (Mon, Nov 27, 2000):A36(W), A36(E), col 1, 25 col in.

Munt, Sally R.
"Shame/Pride Dichotomies in Queer as Folk." Textual Practice, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 531-46, Winter 2000.

Rasmussen, Mary Lou; Kenway, Jane.
"Queering the Youthful Cyberfl?neur." Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 47-63, 2004.

Rosenberg, Howard.
"Television Review; Sex and the Steel City; Set in Pittsburgh, the racy 'Queer as Folk' is heavy on lust and light on characters." (Calendar)(Review) (television program review) Los Angeles Times (Dec 2, 2000):F-1.

Rowe, Michael.
"The queer report: Robert Gant and Peter Paige say Queer as Folk has made them reassess their goals and values. In a candid conversation, they report on the show's evolution--and their own progress in bridging their inner butch and fem." (Interview)(Cover Story) The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) April 15, 2003 p40(7) (3398 words)
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Shales, Tom.
"One Foot in the Closet: Showtime's Censored 'Queer as Folk'." (Style)(Tom Shales) Washington Post (Nov 30, 2000):C01.

Shales, Tom.
"Showtime's Shockingly Bold 'Queer as Folk'." (Style) Washington Post (Dec 2, 2000):C01.

Skeggs, Beverly ; Leslie Moran; Paul Tyrer; Jon Binnie.
"Queer as Folk; producing the real of urban space." Urban Studies, August 2004 v41 i9 p1839(1856)
"One of the most controversial programmers screened in British television - Queer as Folk draws a multidisciplinary empirical research on Violence, sexuality, and space. The visualization of the program intervened in our research sense of reality and enabled us to see how visual relocation can be a powerful mechanism for thinking into the future, without which any sexual politics would be bleak." [Expanded Academic Index]

Tommasini, Anthony.
"Looking for a breakthrough? You'll have to wait;" 'Queer as Folk' was aggressively sold as a step forward in gay programming; so far, it looks like a step in the other direction. New York Times (Sun, Jan 14, 2001):AR33(N), AR33(L), col 1, 35 col in.

Weinraub, Bernard.
"A controversial British series seduces Showtime." ('Queer as Folk' television show) New York Times (Sun, May 14, 2000):AR36(N), AR36(L), col 1, 35 col in.

Zahed, Ramin
"Queer as Folk." (television program review) Variety v381, n3 (Dec 4, 2000):33.

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy

Clarkson, Jay.
"Contesting Masculinity's Makeover: Queer Eye, Consumer Masculinity, and "Straight-Acting" Gays." The Journal of Communication Inquiry. Jul 2005. Vol. 29, Iss. 3; p. 235
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Cohan, Steven
"Queer eye for the straight guise : camp, postfeminism, and the fab five's makeovers of masculinity." In: Interrogating postfeminism : gender and the politics of popular culture / edited by Yvonne Tasker and Diane Negra. Durham, [N.C.]: Duke University Press, c2007.
Main Stack HQ1190.I58 2007
Moffitt HQ1190.I58 2007

Hart, Kylo-Patrick R.
"We're Here, We're Queer -- and We're Better Than You: The Representational Superiority of Gay Men to Heterosexuals on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." Journal of Men's Studies. Spring 2004. Vol. 12, Iss. 3; p. 241
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Kanner, Melinda.
"Questions for Queer Eye." The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide. Mar/Apr 2004. Vol. XI, Iss. 2; p. 35

Lewis, Tania
""He Needs to Face His Fears With These Five Queers!": Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Makeover TV, and the Lifestyle Expert." Television & New Media, Nov 2007; vol. 8: pp. 285 - 311.
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Miller, Toby
"A Metrosexual Eye on Queer Guy." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 2005 11(1):112-117
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Muoñz, José Esteban
"Queer Minstrels For The Straight Eye, Race As Surplus In Gay TV." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 2005 11(1):101-102
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Sender, Katherine.
"Queens for a Day: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and the Neoliberal Project." Critical Studies in Media Communication. Jun 2006. Vol. 23, Iss. 2; p. 131
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Sasha Torres
"Why Can't Johnny Shave?" GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 2005 11(1):95-97
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Weiss, David
"Constructing the Queer "I": Performativity, Citationality, and Desire in Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." Popular Communication, Volume 3, Issue 2 May 2005 , pages 73 - 95
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Westerfelhaus, Robert; Lacroix, Celeste.
"Seeing "Straight" through Queer Eye: Exposing the Strategic Rhetoric of Heteronormativity in Mediated Ritual of Gay Rebellion." Critical Studies in Media Communication. Dec 2006. Vol. 23, Iss. 5; p. 426
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Rocky Horror Picture Show

Austin, Bruce A.
"Portrait of a Cult Film Audience": The Rocky Horror Picture Show." Journal of Communication 31:2 (1981:Spring) 43

Aviram, Amittai F.
"Postmodern Gay Dionysus: Dr. Frank N. Furter." Journal of Popular Culture vol. 26 no. 3. 1992 Winter. p: 183-92.

Hoberman, J.; Rosenbaum, Jonathan.
Curse of the cult people." Film Comment v27, n1 (Jan-Feb, 1991):18 (4 pages).

Kilgore, John.
"Sexuality and Identity in The Rocky Horror Picture Show." / edited by Donald Palumbo. pp: 151-159. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, c1986. Contributions to the study of science fiction and fantasy; no. 21
Main Stack PN1995.9.S45.E681 1986 DD>--Moffitt PN1995.9.S45.E68 1986

Kinkade, Patrick T.; Katovich, Michael A.
"Toward a sociology of cult films: reading Rocky Horror." (The Rocky Horror Picture Show) Sociological Quarterly v33, n2 (Summer, 1992):191 (19 pages).

Ruble, Raymond.
"Dr. Freud Meets Dr. Frank N. Furter." In: Eros in the Mind's Eye / edited by Donald Palumbo. pp: 161-168. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, c1986. Contributions to the study of science fiction and fantasy; no. 21
Main Stack PN1995.9.S45.E681 1986 DD>--Moffitt PN1995.9.S45.E68 1986

Siegel, Mark
"The Rocky Horror Picture Show": More Than A Lip." Science-Fiction Studies 7:3=22 (1980:Nov.) 304

Studlar, Gaylyn.
"Midnight S/excess: Cult Configurations of 'Femininity' and the Perverse." Journal of Popular Film and Television vol. 17 no. 1. 1989 Spring. pp: 2-14.

Stonewall

Bravmann, Scott.
"Stonewall." (movie reviews) American Quarterly v48, n3 (Sept, 1996):491 (9 pages).

Hogan, Christopher J.
"Stonewall." (movie reviews) Cineaste v22, n3 (Summer, 1996):37 (3 pages).

Holden, Stephen.
"Stonewall." (movie reviews) New York Times v145 (Fri, July 26, 1996):B10(N), C8(L), col 5, 18 col in.

Levy, Emmanuel.
"Stonewall." (movie reviews) Advocate, n712 (July 23, 1996):51 (3 pages).

Matthews, Peter.
"Stonewall." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v6, n5 (May, 1996):61 (2 pages).

Strawberry and Chocolate

See Tomás Gutiérrez Alea bibliography

Swoon

Davies, Jude.
"Swoon: Murdering Stereotypes." In: Gender, Ethnicity and Sexuality in contemporary American Film / Jude Davies and Carol R. Smith. pp: 120-4. Edinburgh: Keele University Press, 1997. Series title: BAAS paperbacks.
UCB Main PN1995.9.M64 D38 1997

Dargis, Manohla.
"Swoon." (movie reviews) Artforum v31, n1 (Sept, 1992):8 (2 pages).

Francke, Lizzie.
"Swoon." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v2, n5 (Sept, 1992):58 (2 pages).

Grundmann, Roy.
"The Fantasies We Live By: Bad Boys in Swoon & The Living End." Cineaste v19, n4 (Fall, 1992):25 (5 pages).

Johnson, Brian D.
"Swoon." (movie reviews) Maclean's v105, n39 (Sept 28, 1992):61.

Maslin, Janet.
"Swoon." (movie reviews) New York Times v141 (Fri, Sept 11, 1992):B4(N), C8(L), col 3, 13 col in.

McCarthy, Todd.
"Swoon." (movie reviews) Variety v346, n4 (Feb 10, 1992):82.

Okewole, Seun.
"Tom Kalin." (US queer cinema director)(includes related article) (New Queer Cinema) (Interview) Sight and Sound v2, n5 (Sept, 1992):36 (2 pages).

Travers, Peter.
"Swoon." (movie reviews) Rolling Stone, n640 (Oct 1, 1992):72 (2 pages).

Vachon, Christine
"Poison, swoon, safe." In: Redding, Judith M. Film fatales: independent women directors / Judith M. Redding and Victoria A. Brownworth. Seattle: Seal Press ; [Emeryville, Calif.]: Distributed to the trade by Publishers Group West, c1997.
Main Stack PN1998.2.R43 1997

White, Armond.
"Outing the Past." (director Tom Kalin's 'Swoon,' film about gay life; includes related article) Film Comment v28, n4 (July-August, 1992):21 (5 pages).

Tea and Sympathy

See Vincente Minnelli bibliography

Trash

Brasell, R. Bruce.
"My Hustler: Gay Spectatorship as Cruising." Wide Angle, vol. 14 no. 2. 1992 Apr. pp: 54-64.

Ehrenstein, David.
"The Filmmaker as Homosexual Hipster: Andy Warhol Contextualized."Arts Magazine v63, n10 (Summer, 1989):61 (4 pages).

Gidal, Peter.
Andy Warhol: Films and Paintings. [London] Studio Vista [New York]Dutton Pictureback [1971].Series title: Studio Vista/Dutton pictureback.
UCB Main NX93.W37 G51

Koch, Stephen.
Stargazer; Andy Warhol's World and His Films. New York, Praeger [1973].
UCB Main PN1998.A3 W2771
UCB MoffittPN1998.A3 W277

O'Pray, Michael.
Andy Warhol Film Factory
Edited by Michael O'Pray. London: BFI Pub.,1989.
UCB Main PN1998.A3 W2771 1989
UCB MoffittPN1998.3.W366 O6 1989

Smith, Patrick S.
Andy Warhol's Art and Films. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMIResearch Press, c1986.
UCB MoffittNX512.W37 S6 1986

Suarez, Juan Antonio.
Bike Boys, Drag Queens & Superstars: Avant-garde, Mass Culture, and Gay Identities in the 1960s Underground Cinema. Bloomington:Indiana University Press, c1996.
UCB Main PN1995.9.E96 S82 1996
UCB MoffittPN1995.9.E96 S82 1996

Taubin, Amy.
"My Time is Not Your Time."Sight and Sound v4, n6 (June, 1994):21 (4 pages).

Victim

Brunsdon, Charlotte.
"Towards a History of Empty Spaces." Journal of British Cinema & Television; 2007, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p219-234, 16p
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Burton, Alan.
The cinema of Basil Dearden and Michael Relph / Alan Burton and Tim O'Sullivan. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.D3855 B87 2009

Griffiths, Robin.
"Sad and Angry: Queers in 1960s British Cinema." In: British queer cinema / edited by Robin Griffiths. London ; New York : Routledge, 2006.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.H55 B75 2006

Kemp, Philip.
"I wanted him." Sight & Sound, Aug2005, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p10-10, 1p
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Liberal directions : Basil Dearden and postwar British film culture
Edited by Alan Burton, Tim O'Sullivan and Paul Wells. Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England : Flicks Books, 1997.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.D387 L53 1997

McFarlane, Brian.
"Surviving After Ealing: The Later Careers of Basil Dearden and Michael Relph." Quarterly Review of Film & Video, Jan2007, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p65-71, 7p
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Medhurst, Andy,
"Victim : Text as Context," Screen, July-October 1984.
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Nelmes, Jill.
"Collaboration and control in the development of Janet Green's screenplay Victim." Journal of Screenwriting Volume: 1 | Issue: 2, May 2010, Page(s): 255-271
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Roberts, Andrew
"Shifting attitudes." History Today; October 2011, Vol. 61 Issue 10, p4-6, 3p
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The article presents criticism of the film 'Victim,' directed by Basil Dearden. The author is primarily concerned with the 1960 film's role in helping to alter British attitudes regarding homosexuality. The legality of homosexuality in Great Britain throughout history is first examined, with emphasis given to the arrest of actor John Gielgud.

Shail, Robert.
"Masculinity and Visual Representation: A Butlerian Approach to Dirk Bogarde." International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies Volume 6, Numbers 1-2, 95-107
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Toal, Andrea.
"Victim" Sight & Sound, Apr2004, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p78-79, 2p
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Cheryl Dunye/Watermelon Woman

Braidt, Andrea B.
"Queering Ethnicity, Queering Sexuality: A Paradigmatic Shift in the Politics of Cinematic Representation in Cheryl Dunye's The Watemelon Woman (1996)." In: Simulacrum America: the USA and the popular media / edited by Elisabeth Kraus and Carolin Auer. pp: 181-88 Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2000. European studies in American literature and culture.
Main StackP92.U5.S55 2000

Dunning, Stefanie K.
"She's a B*(u)tch: Centering Blackness in The Watermelon Woman." In:
Queer in black and white : interraciality, same sex desire, and contemporary African American culture / Stefanie K. Dunning. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS153.N5 D86 2009

Foote, Thelma Wills
"Hoax of the Lost Ancestor: Cheryl Dunye's The Watermelon Woman." Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, vol. 49, pp. (no pagination), Spring 2007
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Freedman, Allan.
"Replaying the Battle Scene Over NEA Funding." (National Endowment for theArts; includes related article on controversial NEA-funded film 'TheWatermelon Woman') Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report v55, n11 (March 15, 1997):624 (3pages).

Fuchs, Cynthia.
"'Hard to Believe': Reality Anxieties in Without You I'm Nothing, Paris Is Burning, and 'Dunyementaries'." In: Between the sheets, in the streets: queer, lesbian, and gay documentary / Chris Holmlund and Cynthia Fuchs, editors. pp: 190-206. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997. Visible evidence; v. 1
Main StackP96.D622.U63 1997

Holden, Stephen.
"The Watermelon Woman." (movie reviews) New York Times v146 (Wed, March 5, 1997):C17(L), col 1, 14 col in.

Juhasz, Alexandra.
"Cheryl Dunye." In: Women of vision: histories in feminist film and video / Alexandra Juhasz, editor. pp: 291-304 Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2001. Visible evidence; v. 9
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"Cheryl Dunye." In: Women of vision: their psychology, circumstances, and success / editors, Eileen A. Gavin, Aphrodite Clamar, and Mary Anne Siderits. New York, NY : Springer Pub., 2007.
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Kim, Lorrie.
"On campus with Camera." (video maker Cheryl Dunye)Advocate, n586 (Sept 24, 1991):86 (2 pages).

Nichols, Peter M.
"Watermelon Woman." (movie reviews) New York Times v147 (Fri, April 10, 1998):B26(N), E32(L), col 4, 12 colin.

Reid-Pharr, Robert F.
"Makes Me Feel Mighty Real: The Watermelon Woman and the Critique of Black Visuality." In: F is for phony : fake documentary and truth's undoing / Alexandra Juhasz and Jesse Lerner, editors. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2006.
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Richardson, Matt
"Our Stories Have Never Been Told: Preliminary Thoughts on Black Lesbian Cultural Production as Historiography in The Watermelon Woman." Black Camera: An International Film Journal, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 100-113, 2011 Spring
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Cheryl Dunye's 1996 film The Watermelon Woman earned a place in cinematic history as the first feature-length narrative film written and directed by an out black lesbian about black lesbians. This article examines how the film provides an important opportunity to mark the burgeoning genre of black queer documentary as a historiographical medium. The documentary film is a tool that highlights underexplored issues in black experience and provides a cultural site for imagining new possibilities for black lesbian subjectivity and creating innovative approaches to representing sexuality in black filmmaking.

Stockwell, Anne.
"Cheyl Dunye." (filmmaker, comedy)Advocate, n716 (Sept 17, 1996):69 (3 pages).

Stuart, Andrea.
"The Watermelon Woman." (movie reviews) Sight and Sound v7, n10 (Oct, 1997):63 (2 pages).

Sullivan, Laura L.
"Chasing Fae: The Watermelon Woman and Black Lesbian Possibility." Callaloo. 23(1):448-60. 2000 Winter
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Winokur, Mark.
"Body and Soul: Identifying (with) the Black Lesbian Body in Cheryl Dunye's Watermelon Woman." In: Recovering the Black female body: self-representations by African American women / edited by Michael Bennett and Vanessa D. Dickerson. pp: 231-52. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c2001.
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Zimmer, Catherine.
"Histories of The Watermelon Woman: Reflexivity between Race and Gender." Camera Obscura, May2008, Vol. 23 Issue 68, p40-67, 28p
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