Queer Film Blogathon: Day 2

The second day brings more queer-centric reviews, on movies spanning time and space, that continue to raise this blogathon’s already high bar of quality. So enjoy! (And don’t forget to enter the raffle!)

  • Christianne from Krell Laboratories returns to discuss the pleasures of Weekend—one of my recent favorites, too—as well as Richard Linklater’s latest, Bernie.
  • We’re off to Thailand courtesy of Peter from Coffee coffee and more coffee, who reviewed Sarasawadee Wongsompetch’s Yes or No.
  • More from Jake at Not Just Movies, this time a comprehensive post on Fassbinder’s In a Year of 13 Moons, which outdoes even Fox and His Friends when it comes to being depressing.
  • In perhaps the blogathon’s best-researched piece so far, Joseph from Marlene Dietrich: The Last Goddess reads Dietrich’s collaborations with von Sternberg through Sontag’s “Notes on ‘Camp’.”
  • Ever seen the early silent queer film A Florida EnchantmentAngela from The Hollywood Revue has, and was gracious enough to write about it for us!

Such an eclectic set of writing already, and we’re just getting started!


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3 responses to “Queer Film Blogathon: Day 2

  1. Sam

    Do forgive me if I’m putting this in the wrong place, but I don’t know where to link my contribution, it just made sense to put it here as it was written on the 20th (i.e. day two), so sorry if I’ve linked to this in the wrong place – http://aworldofgodsandmonsters.wordpress.com/2012/06/20/my-top-5-lgbt-themed-films/



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