Video/C 3304 Roosevelt Williams addresses a class on medical ethics concerning his experiences with the medical establishment while being treated for the disease of AIDS. DVD 5306 In this documentary, the filmmaker follows Master Luu Ngoc Duc, one of the most prominent spirit mediums in Hanoi, and his vibrant community through their rituals and everyday life. Features anecdotes from the surviving cast and filmmakers." Directed and produced by Crayton Robey. The film began in 1999 after the Queeruption gathering in New York City. Video/C MM1139 A film which links two queens of the silver screen, Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich through motifs such as the cigarette and circuitry of meaningful gazes and gestures. Barbara Hammer weaves striking images of the sexual activities of four gay and lesbian couples with footage that unearths the forbidden and invisible history of a marginalized people. This documentary follows them throughsix decades, tracing the emergence of lesbians fromthe fear of discovery to the expectation of equality.
The boys in the band sparked heated controversy that still exists four decades later. DVD X6719 A documentary that explores the desire for radical politics and culture in the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community. Video/C 9130 Explores eroded emulsions and images for lost vestiges of lesbian and gay culture. San Francisco icons, Del Martin and Phylllis Lyon areknown as the founders of the modern lesbian civilrights movement. He encourages viewers to realize their individual potential and to replace self-hate with self-esteem, self-doubt with self- knowledge, self-consciousness with self-confidence. Examines the political urgency of the 60's to the alienation and social contradictions of the 90's. Explores the failure of traditional safe-sex messages to reach a new generation.
DVD 5436; vhs Video/C 2323 In 1969 the police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City's Greenwich Village, leading to three nights of rioting by the city's gay community. Video/C 2337 Fall 1989: AIDS and the second sex -- What is a family -- A question of civil rights. Billy Turner's Secret: An upbeat comedy about a young Black man coming out to his roommate.
It explores how AIDS changed the direction of the movement. Shows their daily lives and their participation in the underground lesbian "ball" scene, where cross-dressers compete for trophies. Video/C 2239 AIDS has become a convenient excuse to desexualize gay men and thereby destroy gay liberation. DVD 2766; also VHS Video/C 1461 [See Also: Stonewall Archives] This program presents the accounts and stories of people who have recently taken the step of coming out.
Men and women who are HIV positive talk about how afraid they are of getting AIDS, how they handle the disease, and how it affects their lives. Captures the hard work, struggles, tragic defeats and exciting victories experienced since then. DVD X5662 Features intimate interviews with 6 transgendered lesbians (5 African American, 1 Asian) living in New York City who define themselves as "aggressives." They exhibit masculine appearances and behaviors, but do not aspire to be men. Video/C 2336 Winter 1990: The Trial of Compound Q -- Money and morals.