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MoMA's "Global Queer Cinema"

By Indiewire | Indiewire June 23, 2006 at 12:27PM

The Museum of Modern Art will present "Another Wave: Global Queer Cinema," an exhibition of 56 international gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender film and media works produced since the late 1980s. The exhibition includes nonfiction, fiction, experimental shorts and feature films by filmmakers such as Francois Ozon ("Water Drops on Burning Rocks, 1999), Isaac Julien ("Young Soul Rebels," 1991), and Ulrike Ottinger ("Johanna d' Arc of Mongolia," 1989). Special programs devoted to the work of New York-based filmmaker Jim Hubbard, a series of personal films about AIDS, and a series dealing with issues of homosexuality and national identity conclude the exhibition. The program will be presented in two parts: July 5 through 21 and September 1 through 16. [Brian Brooks]
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The Museum of Modern Art will present "Another Wave: Global Queer Cinema," an exhibition of 56 international gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender film and media works produced since the late 1980s. The exhibition includes nonfiction, fiction, experimental shorts and feature films by filmmakers such as Francois Ozon ("Water Drops on Burning Rocks, 1999), Isaac Julien ("Young Soul Rebels," 1991), and Ulrike Ottinger ("Johanna d' Arc of Mongolia," 1989). Special programs devoted to the work of New York-based filmmaker Jim Hubbard, a series of personal films about AIDS, and a series dealing with issues of homosexuality and national identity conclude the exhibition. The program will be presented in two parts: July 5 through 21 and September 1 through 16. [Brian Brooks]





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