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The Little Joe Clubhouse Reader

by Ana David
The Little Joe Clubhouse Reader by Ana David
“The Little Joe Clubhouse is a specially commissioned, crafted environment that draws on ideas of withdrawal, defiant separatism and delicious seclusion, at once a den, a commune and a cinema. An expanded, interactive version of the magazine, The Clubhouse incorporates an eclectic programme of films as part of Little Joe’s ongoing endeavour to (re)map the queer histories of film. Specially published to accompany The Clubhouse, The Little Joe Clubhouse Reader includes contributions from the artists, filmmakers and writers who selected the unique programme of films. Contributors include A.K. Burns, Ben Campkin, Stuart Comer, Jon Davies, Ron… Read more


“The Little Joe Clubhouse is a specially commissioned, crafted environment that draws on ideas of withdrawal, defiant separatism and delicious seclusion, at once a den, a commune and a cinema. An expanded, interactive version of the magazine, The Clubhouse incorporates an eclectic programme of films as part of Little Joe’s ongoing endeavour to (re)map the queer histories of film.

Specially published to accompany The Clubhouse, The Little Joe Clubhouse Reader includes contributions from the artists, filmmakers and writers who selected the unique programme of films.

Contributors include A.K. Burns, Ben Campkin, Stuart Comer, Jon Davies, Ron Gregg, Bruce Hainley, Ed Halter, R Justin Hunt, Shanay Jhaveri, William E Jones, Tom Kalin, Jonathan Kemp, Kevin Killian, Wayne Koestenbaum, James Mackay, Billy Miller, Bradford Nordeen, Jenni Olson, Liz Rosenfeld, Patrick Staff, A.L. Steiner, Edward Thomasson, Scott Treleaven, Mark Turner, Ed Webb-Ingall and Matt Wolf.

68 pages, 125 × 175mm
Risograph printed
Limited edition"
at: littlejoemagazine.com

price:
where to buy: littlejoemagazine.bigcartel.com (ships worldwide)


Films shown and reviewed:

Games, Curtis Harrington, USA, 1967, 101’
La Paloma, Daniel Schmid, Germany, 1974, 104’
Star, Vinod Pande, India, 1982, 132’
King’s Cross, Derek Jarman, UK, 1987, 5’
Looking for Langston, Isaac Julien, UK, 1989, 45’
Loads, Curt McDowell, USA, 1980, 20’
The Queen is Dead, Derek Jarman, UK, 1986, 13’
Grace Jones: A One Man Show, Jeán-Paul Goude, UK/USA, 1982, 47’
Framed Youth: Revenge of the Teenage Perverts, Various Directors, UK, 1983, 45’
Forrest Bess: the Key to the Riddle, Ari Marcopoulos & Chuck Smith, USA, 1999, 48’
Blue, Derek Jarman, UK, 1993, 79’
Anthology of American Folk Song, Steve Reinke, Canada, 2004, 29’
Meeting Strangers: Red Light, Green Light, Bill Brose, USA, 1969, 14’
Amphetamine, Warren Sonbert and Wendy Appel, USA, 1966, 10’
Tortures That Laugh, John Maybury, UK, 1981, 17’
Les Minets Sauvages, Jean Daniel Cadinot, France, 1984, 70’
Un Chant D’Amour, Jean Genet, France, 1950, 26’
Poison, Todd Haynes, USA, 1991, 85’
Last Address, Ira Sachs, USA, 2010, 10’
Third Known Nest, Tom Kalin, USA, 1991-1999, 40’
Lost Lake, Zackary Drucker with Van Barnes, USA, 2010, 8’
Je T’Aime Moi Non Plus, Serge Gainsbourg, France, 1976, 89’
Charming for the Revolution, Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz, USA, 2009, 11’
Nights in the Gardens of Spain, Tristram Powell, UK, 1998, 40’
Kamikaze Hearts, Juliet Bashore, USA, 1986, 80’
Fear of Fear, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Germany, 1975, 88’


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