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by Michele Aaron
Author: Michele Aaron
Publisher: Rutgers University Press (January 2004)
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New Queer Cinema is a very worthwhile, timely project, and Aaron's informed critical perspective is evidence throughout.
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In this way, queer, as a critical concept, encompasses the nogfixity of gender expressionand the non-fixity both straight and gay sexuality.
by the NQC films (as its frequent appearance in this book will illustrate), in its apolitical foundations postmodernism provides a relevant but often distract- ing context for the discussion of NQC (and as such will not be dwelt upon in this Introduction). Finally, the films in many ways defy dealh. In this way, queer, as a critical concept, encompasses the nogfixity of gender expressionand the non-fixity both straight and gay sexuality.
New queer cinema : a critical reader. Focusing on contemporary film and fiction, this book examines the construction of the body, both within cultural production and as a cultural product itself, and provides a provocative engagemen. More). Coined in the early 1990s to describe a burgeoning film movement, "New Queer Cinema" has turned the attention of film theorists, students, and audiences, to the proliferation of intelligent, stylish.
New Queer Cinema is divided into sections on the definition, the filmmakers, the geography, and the spectator of New Queer Cinema. Chapters address the pivotal directors (. Todd Haynes and Gregg Araki) and the salient films (. Paris is Burning and Boys Don't Cry) but also non-mainstream and non-Anglo-American work (. experimental film and third cinema). What constitutes New Queer Cinema? And was it political gains, cultural momentum or market forces that determined its evolution? New Queer Cinema is divided into sections on the definition, the filmmakers, the geography, and the spectator of New Queer Cinema.
Find sources: "New Queer Cinema" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (March 2009) (Learn how and when . New York: Columbia University Press, 1994. New Queer Cinema: A Critical Reader. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 2004.
Find sources: "New Queer Cinema" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (March 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Film critic B. Ruby Rich coined the term "New Queer Cinema" in 1992. New Queer Cinema" is a term first coined by the academic B. Ruby Rich in Sight & Sound magazine in 1992 to define and describe a movement in queer-themed independent filmmaking in the early 1990s.
Associate Professor in Film & Television Studies. New Queer Cinema: A Critical Reader (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2004) Ed. I did my BA in English Literature at Queen Mary’s (or QMW as it was then) and both my MA, (in Culture and Social Change) and PhD (in contemporary film and fiction) at the University of Southampton. The Body’s Perilous Pleasures (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1999).
Cite this publication. Queer is not so much an identity as a critique of identity (Jagose, 1996) and form of cultural criticism that denaturalizes and defamiliarizes identities, opening them up for analysis and examin- ing how subjectivity is formed and reformed in everyday practices (see Halberstam, 1998Halberstam,, 2005Sedgwick, 1999;Wallenberg, 2004).