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AIDS Quarterly: Winter 1989

The education of Admiral Watkins -- AIDS update -- A death in the family. 58 min.

AIDS Quarterly: Winter 1990

The Trial of Compound Q -- Money and morals. 58 min.

Akermania, Volume One.

Early films by director Chantal Akerman exploring real time, self-definition and sexual identities. 1992. 89 min.

All God's Children.

A look at the Black Church's embracement of African American lesbians and gay men as dedicated members of its spiritual family with commentary by prominent political and religious leaders in the Black community. c1996.26 min.

Almost Myself: Reflections on Mending and Transcending Gender

What happens when a young gay man, struggling not only with his sexuality but also gender, decides to have surgery to become a female, and later in life decides to return to being a gay man again? Can someone live their life full time as a female, but still have a penis? What's life like for a former male college football player, finally living her life as the woman she was always meant to be? These are just some of the stories told in the fascinating, poignant, and informative documentary. The film focuses primarily on women who are white and older, yet were identified as male at birth.

An Evening with Les Ballets Trockadero. Program 1

Contents: Swan Lake. Act II -- Le corsaire (Pas de deux) -- Go for Barocco -- The dying swan -- Raymonda's wedding. Presents performances by the all-male ballet troupe Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo. Founded in 1974 for the purpose of presenting a playful, entertaining view of traditional, classical ballet in parody form and in travesty, the comedy is achieved by incorporating and exaggerating the foibles, accidents, and underlying incongruities of serious dance. 100 min.

An Evening with Les Ballets Trockadero. Program 2

Contents: Les sylphides -- Le grand pas de quatre -- Yes, Virginia, another piano ballet -- The dying swan -- Paquita. Presents performances by the all-male ballet troupe Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo. Founded in 1974 for the purpose of presenting a playful, entertaining view of traditional, classical ballet in parody form and in travesty, the comedy is achieved by incorporating and exaggerating the foibles, accidents, and underlying incongruities of serious dance. 100 min.

An Untitled Portrait

Directed by Cheryl Dunye. Dunye's relationship with her brother is examined in this mixture of appropriated film footage, super 8mm home movies & Dunye's special brand of humor. 1993. 4 min.

Anatomy of Desire.

Looks at the history of scientific research on the question of sexual orientation and how this research has affected lesbian and gay rights. Utilizes interviews with historians, psychiatrists and writers blended with rare archival footage to illuminate the growing debate on the origins of sexual preference. 1995. 48 min.

And the March Continues! (Y sigue la marcha andando!)

A film by Guadalupe Olvera San Miguel. Combines documentary and narrative forms to present a history of the lesbian movement in Mexico from its orgins to the present. Interviews with Mexican lesbians and movement leaders present impressions of daily life in their country. Dist.: Frameline. 1997. 30 min.

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