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ISBN:
0810822172
Author:
Thomas Waugh
Category:
Performing Arts
Language:
English
Publisher:
Scarecrow Press (April 1, 1989)
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536 pages
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Show Us Life: Towards a History and Aesthetics of the Committed .

Show Us Life: Towards a History and Aesthetics of the Committed Documentary. Journal of Film and Video (Volume 66, Number 2), Summer 2014. "Russian film about LGBTQ youth seeks funds".

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Significant contribution to the ongoing project of a living, critical media culture. A valuable contribution to an understanding of documentary film and the rhetoric of social change.

Show Us Life: Towards a History and Aesthetics of the Committed Documentary

Show Us Life: Towards a History and Aesthetics of the Committed Documentary. Hard to Imagine: Gay Male Eroticism in Photography and Film from Their Beginnings to Stonewall. The Romance of Transgression in Canada: Queering Sexualities, Nations, Cinemas.

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Thomas Waugh is a Canadian critic, programmer, lecturer, author, actor, and activist, best known for his extensive work on committed documentary and publications on eroticism in the history of LGBT cinema and art.

Thomas Waugh is a Canadian critic, programmer, lecturer, author, actor, and activist, best known for his extensive work on committed documentary and publications on eroticism in the history of LGBT cinema and ar. A graduate of Columbia University, he wrote film criticism and history articles for publications such as Jump Cut and The Body Politic before publishing his first book, Show Us Life: Towards a History and Aesthetics of the Committed Documentary, in 1984.

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Thomas Waugh is a Canadian critic, programmer, lecturer, author, actor, and activist, best known for his extensive work on documentary film and . Show Us Life: Towards a History and Aesthetics of the Committed Documentary.

Thomas Waugh is a Canadian critic, programmer, lecturer, author, actor, and activist, best known for his extensive work on documentary film and eroticism in the history of LGBTQIA2+ cinema and art. A distinguished professor emeritus at Concordia University, he taught 41 years in the film studies pr. Hard to Imagine: Gay Male Eroticism in Photography and Film from Their Beginnings to Stonewall The Romance of Transgression in Canada: Queering Sexualities, Nations, Cinemas.

Author of Show Us Life, Out/lines, The Romance of Transgression in Canada, The right to play oneself, Montreal Main, Comin' at Ya!, Lust unearthed, Hard to imagine. The Romance of Transgression in Canada. The right to play oneself.

This anthology of 25 articles is both historical and cross- cultural, covering the pioneering period of the twenties and thirties and the dynamic growth of committed documentary since the sixties; recent feminist initiatives in North America and Britain; committed documentary in the Third World over the last 25 years; the use of film within the American 'New Left;' and the particular problematic of radical film distribution. Contributors include such well-known activists and scholars as Joan Braderman, Julianne Burton, Guy Hennebelle, John Hess, Claire Johnstone, E. Ann Kaplan, Chuck Kleinhans, Julia Lesage, Steve Neale, Bill Nichols, Anand Patwardhan, and Paul Willemen. Filmmakers and collectives discussed include Dziga Vertov, Joris Ivens, Jean Renoir, Frontier Films, Newsreel, Chris Marker, Barbara Kopple, JoAnn Elam, Michelle Citron, Shinsuke Ogawa, Fernando Birri, Patricio Guzman, Santiago Alvarez, Fernando Solanas, Jean-Luc Godard, Anand Patwardhan, and the Nicaraguan Studio 'Incine.'