Academic Research

SEEING DIFFERENTLY: CURATING FILM FESTIVALS

NARRATIVE EVOLVES CINE-LOVE AT THE 2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

SEEING DIFFERENTLY: CURATING FILM FESTIVALS

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"Festivals create and expand taste, cinematic sensibilities, and ways of storytelling as a

way to dynamically make and remake our aesthetic, social, and cultural

values through the stories brought to screen about who we are, where we

came from, and what we want."

PHYSICAL CINEMA AT SUNDANCE'S NEW FRONTIER

NARRATIVE EVOLVES CINE-LOVE AT THE 2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

SEEING DIFFERENTLY: CURATING FILM FESTIVALS

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"Curatorial practices around film, video, and new media technology carry the potential to repossess and radicalize the heart of cinema." The Scholar & Feminist Online

NARRATIVE EVOLVES CINE-LOVE AT THE 2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

NARRATIVE EVOLVES CINE-LOVE AT THE 2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

NARRATIVE EVOLVES CINE-LOVE AT THE 2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

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"Festivals are portals that expand the limits of our film culture. Filmmakers of color bring more than film prints with them to festivals; they bring networks and affiliations — of directors, writers, producers, and actors — that literally grow to occupy space in the theaters and thus create contexts for different ways of looking through their very physical presence." 

Camera Obscura

CURATORIAL PRACTICE AND THE EROTICS OF FREEDOM

DIFFERENCE, AESTHETICS, AND THE CURATORIAL CRISIS OF FILM FESTIVALS

NARRATIVE EVOLVES CINE-LOVE AT THE 2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

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In Time Out of Joint: Recall and Evocation in Recent Art, Whitney Museum ISP Exhibition Catalogue. New Haven:

Yale University Press.

DIFFERENCE, AESTHETICS, AND THE CURATORIAL CRISIS OF FILM FESTIVALS

DIFFERENCE, AESTHETICS, AND THE CURATORIAL CRISIS OF FILM FESTIVALS

DIFFERENCE, AESTHETICS, AND THE CURATORIAL CRISIS OF FILM FESTIVALS

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 "Festival curatorial practices can challenge exclusionary formations of film culture – and prompt an urgent reconceptualization of to whom it belongs, who lays claim to it, to whom

it speaks and who talks back." 

Screen Journal 

COSMIC DEMONSTRATIONS OF CURATORIAL PRACTICE

DIFFERENCE, AESTHETICS, AND THE CURATORIAL CRISIS OF FILM FESTIVALS

DIFFERENCE, AESTHETICS, AND THE CURATORIAL CRISIS OF FILM FESTIVALS

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 Sisters in the Life: 25 Years of Out African American Lesbian Mediamaking (1986 - 2011), Eds. Yvonne Welbon and Alex Juhasz (Duke University Press).