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.
Monsters in the Closet: Homosexuality and the Horror Film / Harry M. Manchester [England]; New York: Manchester University Press; New York: Distributed by St. Series title: Inside popular film."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. "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.
"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. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988."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. Some of those East Asian film and video representations are examined.
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?
1 "From Exile to Ethnicity: Nestor Almendros and Orlando Jimemez-Leal's Improper Conduct." In: The Ethnic Eye: Latino Media Arts. Packed with interviews and an array of film clips from the genre, this documentary celebrates more than half a century of queer independent filmmaking. / 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 "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. J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London ; Cranbury, N. "Hollywood as Inspiration for the Stage: The Gay Playwrights' Perspective." In: Hollywood on Stage: Playwrights Evaluate the Culture Industry / edited by Kimball King. The pornographic videos and photo spreads of the porn star Ryan Idol are examples of self-reflexivity.
pp: 171-82."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. "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. An overview of the history of gay and lesbian cinema, from Kenneth Anger's pioneering Fireworks (1947) to Ang Lee's Brokeback mountain (2005). "Shortcomings: Questions about Pornography as Pedagogy." In: Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video / editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. /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? Morohoshi." In: Q & A: queer in Asian America / edited by David L. " Gay pornography is interesting because of its self-reflexivity, which draws attention to sex as performance.
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. 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. London: Pandora, 1994.""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. In focus--Routledge film readers."Homo Pomo: The New Queer Cinema." In: Women and Film: A Sight and Sound Reader. 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. Narratives of miscegenation are common in Israeli cinema. Texas film studies series." Author's Abstract: COPYRIGHT 2002 Speech Communication Association.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] 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.
London; New York: Routledge, 1997."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. 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] "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).