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   (2014.08.12)

I see an eternal truth wordlessly expressed in Toast and The Long Day Closes

   (2014.04.07)

United in Anger can finally be viewed online. But its progenitor, the ACT UP Oral History Project, needs a stem-to-stern rewrite, and for that I’m asking for help

   (2013.07.18)

I fact-checked two reports on women in film and television, paying a lot of attention to the claim there were no wymmyn cinematographers working in Canadian TV in a certain year

   (2013.07.17)

Weekend, yes, but guess what else?

   (2013.07.04)

I was wrong about Weekend; everybody else is wrong about Keep the Lights On

   (2013.02.21)
   (2012.10.18)

1990s homosexualist short films hold up quite well onliné: The Dead Boys’ Club; Alkali, Iowa

   (2012.10.11)

“Hi, I’m Diana Christensen, a racist lackey of the imperialist ruling circles”

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