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Coming out to the mainstream : new queer cinema in the 21st century

Author: JoAnne C Juett; David M Jones
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars, 2010.
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Coming Out to the Mainstream is a collection of essays written from a range of perspectives, from scholars to film producers, who seek to contextualize and reframe New Queer Cinema from a 21st  Read more...


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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: JoAnne C Juett; David M Jones
ISBN: 9781443823791 1443823791
OCLC Number: 656784562
Description: xiii, 290 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Part I: Queer Theory/New Queer Cinema: Foundations and History --
1. Queer Theory, Queer Cinema / Bob Nowlan --
2. Difficult News: Some Heretical Thoughts on the Queer Gospel / David Adair --
Part II: Mainstreaming Queerness: Content, Ideology, and Reception --
3. 'Just Travelin' Thru': Transgendered Spaces in Transamerica / JoAnne C. Juett --
4. Brokeback Mountain and the History of the Future of the Normal / Luke Mancuso --
5. Queering Tradition: An Examination of Holidays and Family in Home for the Holidays and The Family Stone / Anna Nowak --
6. Sending Camp to Kids: When John Waters and Paul Reubens Brought Queer Politics to the Underage Set / Nancy McVittie --
7. Neoliberal Investments in Queerface and Whiteface: A Critical Analysis of To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! / Kate Kane --
8. Hegemonic Whiteness and the Humboldt Murders: Boys Don't Cry, Historical Memory, and the Ghostly Presence of Phillip DeVine / David Jones --
Part III: Queer Auteurs and Moments of Production --
9. To the Queerly Departed: Looking at Scorsese from a Queer Perspective / Christian Gay --
10. Queer Cinema and Urbania / Bob Nowlan --
11. A Stake in the Future: Transforming Queer Cinema, Staying Dissonant / Alexandra Juhasz.
Responsibility: edited by JoAnne C. Juett and David M. Jones.


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