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Mythgarden: Collaborative Authorship and Counter-Storytelling in Queer Independent Film

Mythgarden: Collaborative Authorship and Counter-Storytelling in Queer Independent Film Mythgarden: Collaborative Authorship and Counter-Storytelling in Queer Independent Film david r. coon in an e arly scene from the 2007 film Save And within the larger context of filmmaking, Me, a young man named Scott (Robert Gant) the story is told not by one person, but by a speaks to an offscreen therapist, discussing team of people; an actor, a director, a writer, some of the struggles he has faced as a gay a cinematographer, a costume designer, and man. He says, many others work together to craft the details of the story and its presentation not just to the Being like this never felt okay for me, or if diegetic therapist, but to viewers watching the it did, it was a feeling that was over so fast film in a theater, on their television, or through I can’t remember it. Maybe if my mom had some other means. been around. I think when she died, my Considered in this way, the scene highlights dad sort of stopped . . . stopped living too, the process of taking a story or stories from the except through me. Then when my dad found lived experiences of real people, channeling out http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Film and Video University of Illinois Press

Mythgarden: Collaborative Authorship and Counter-Storytelling in Queer Independent Film

Journal of Film and Video , Volume 70 (3) – Aug 24, 2018

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Abstract

Mythgarden: Collaborative Authorship and Counter-Storytelling in Queer Independent Film david r. coon in an e arly scene from the 2007 film Save And within the larger context of filmmaking, Me, a young man named Scott (Robert Gant) the story is told not by one person, but by a speaks to an offscreen therapist, discussing team of people; an actor, a director, a writer, some of the struggles he has faced as a gay a cinematographer, a costume designer, and man. He says, many others work together to craft the details of the story and its presentation not just to the Being like this never felt okay for me, or if diegetic therapist, but to viewers watching the it did, it was a feeling that was over so fast film in a theater, on their television, or through I can’t remember it. Maybe if my mom had some other means. been around. I think when she died, my Considered in this way, the scene highlights dad sort of stopped . . . stopped living too, the process of taking a story or stories from the except through me. Then when my dad found lived experiences of real people, channeling out

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Journal of Film and VideoUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Aug 24, 2018

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