Not only did I get to meet one of my favorite authors and find an actor I will use for life, but I also had the pleasure of meeting Alexander Berberich pictured below. It is my hope that I can work with Alexander until we are very old, bitter men, and I recently asked him for his viewpoint on international micro-budget filmmaking. Alexander is a jet setter by definition, and whenever I speak to him he seems to be in a new country for the day.
A no holds barred memoir about being gay in the world of professional wrestling, as told by veteran superstar wrestler Pat Patterson. He chronicles his humble beginnings working in the wrestling circuits of the s all the way up to becoming a World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of Famer, all while dealing with his sexuality, coming out, and finding love.
Greenleaf Book Group Press, A witty and refreshing memoir about transitioning, as told by Chris Edwards who corrects his gender from female to male. He uses his marketing background to rebrand himself and in doing so, finds support from coworkers, friends, and family alike.
This is an encouraging, entertaining, brazen, and moving memoir of someone who chooses to live as his true self. Dancing Foxes and University of Chicago Press, Art Historian and critic, Douglas Crimp has written more than a memoir. These 10 years are his life before Pictures, an influential exhibition he curated in Crimp seamlessly moves from memoir to criticism.
The book is beautifully designed. It is a remarkable work. University of Wisconsin Press, Andrew Evans pitches an idea for an article for National Geographic to travel primarily by bus from Washington, D. He meets various characters and has a few nail-biting travel experiences.
Evans alternates between telling us about his bus journey and the challenges of accepting himself despite his experiences growing up as a gay Mormon.
The Boys in the Band: Flashpoints of Cinema, History, and Queer Politics. Edited by Matt Bell. Wayne State University Press, Fans of the film and students of queer cinema will rejoice at the multitude of issues explored, including gender, race, film theory, queer theory, alcoholism, politics, New York City, and gay love.
The Case of Alan Turing: Arsenal Pulp Press, A moving look into the life of Alan Turing who is famous for creating a machine capable of decrypting German messages during World War II. Erasure of Lesbian Spaces and Cultures. Morris chronicles three decades of women-only concerns, festivals, bookstores, and support spaces, as a backstory to the culture lost to mainstreaming and assimilation.
This insider story is an important piece of the cultural history of the lesbian-feminist era.
Amanda Lepore and Thomas Flannery. This coffee table book is almost as gorgeous as its subject. Acting, singing, and just being seen, Lepore is instantly recognizable with her numerous plastic surgery procedures to look like a living doll.
This book flaunts her fabulousness with beautiful photographs, unbelievable tales, and choice words of wisdom on how to live life to the fullest. She uses the influences of Jacques Lacan, a French psychoanalyst, to explore contemporary queer theory and its underpinnings.
A Life in Essays. His roots are in the Kentucky mountains, but his home is writing as evident in this eclectic selection with themes ranging from boyhood, his sexuality, loss of his partner to AIDS, and politics to name a few.The Grand Prize winning piece and the 1st place winning piece in each category will be published in the 88th Annual Writer’s Digest Annual Writing Competition Collection.
All other top winners will have their names listed in Writer’s Digest, on srmvision.com and in the 88th Annual Writer’s Digest Annual Writing Competition Collection. ACHTUNG!
THE DESERT TIGERS () - Lame Italian WWII war flick which, for about 45 minutes, veers off into the Naziploitation genre that those spaghetti-benders were so fond of during the mid-to-late 70's (hence, it's inclusion here).
The plot concerns a platoon of American and British soldiers, led by Major Lexman (Richard Harrison), who are sent to the Middle East to blow up a Nazi fuel depot.
Take the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards, for instance. PAGE was founded by producer Kristin Overn, And the track record of the PAGE Awards has been consistently demonstrated for many years which they clearly share on their website.
META-INF/srmvision.com$srmvision.comame/audet/samuel/shorttyping/srmvision.comame/audet/samuel. “Imagine,” he continued, “what it’s like to have a major international meeting lasting a few years, and you’ve got to discuss written texts. Well you’ve got to have an army of people writing this stuff out, nonstop, day and night.
So all of these people together would have been potential news sources. Must Read: Dave Eggers on Criticism. It all makes junket media look more legit than what’s been thought of as legit press.
no editors, no clear definition or biases or relations to filmmakers, there’s no demands to transparency, it’s a mess.
I may hate the game but I don’t hate the players any more. Why should.