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"Erasure and Taboo: A Queer Reading of Bonnie and Clyde." In: Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde / edited by Lester D. 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.
"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. Two very differentlyconceived lesbian and gay festival organizations, sites at which decision making about collective identity is ongoing andself-conscious, are examined.
pp: 95-106 Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, c1997."Lesbians and Film." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / editedby Corey K. The analysis traces how each responds to two related tasks: maintaining community legitimacy,which requires racial diversification, and surviving within an altered institutional environment.
Asian American history and culture."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. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c1998. Isiling Nataf -- The gay gaze, or why I want my MTV / Steven Drukman -- La Belle Dame Sans Merci? "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. New York: New York University Press, c1997."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. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the USA by Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 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.
The gaze revisited, or reviewing queer viewing / Caroline Evans, Lorraine Gamman -- Black lesbian spectatorship and pleasure in popular cinema / Z. 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 La Bruce -- ? The impossibility of visual soliloquy / Anna Marie Smith -- TVOD: the never-bending story / Colin Richardson. "The Hypothetical Lesbian Heroine in Narrative Feature Film." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / edited by Corey K. Several models are discussed." [Sexual Diversity Studies] 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.
Culture and the moving image "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 York: Routledge, 2002."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. "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. "'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, Linda Dittmar, and Janice R. 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] 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. (includes related information on four films with a gay theme)." Time v147, n11 (March 11, 1996):66 (3 pages). 335 Author's Abstract: COPYRIGHT 2000 Haworth Press, Inc. ""A treatise on decay" : liberal and leftist critics and their queer readings of Depression-era U. film." In: Looking past the screen : case studies in American film history and method / edited by Jon Lewis and Eric Smoodin. "Screening Lesbians." In: The New Lesbian Studies: Into the Twenty-First Century / edited by Bonnie Zimmerman and Toni A. 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] " The Final Frontier: Two New Movies ["Birdcage" and "Celluloid Closet"] Pose the Question, Can't Hollywood Treat Gays Like Normal People? New York: Feminist Press at The City University of New York, 1996."Diaspora sexualities : Asian American queer video in the world system." In: Ghostlife of third cinema : Asian American film and video / Glen M. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2009. Benshoff -- The new queer spectator / Michele Aaron. Pictures at an Exhibition." In: Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde / edited by Lester D. 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. London ; New York: Routledge, 1995."Drama Queens: Latino Gay and Lesbian Independent Film/Video." In: The Ethnic Eye: Latino Media Arts. 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. "The writer discusses film studies and gay pornography.