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Three Dollar Cinema: The Down and Dirty DIY of Queer Production

Three Dollar Cinema: The Down and Dirty DIY of Queer Production Three Dollar Cinema: The Down and Dirty DIY of Queer Production curran nault What do you do? I find things out. You don’t make any money out of your work? No, I don’t work in the way that people usually understand the expression. —Charlie Nash, Queer Magnolia Work it, skank. —CHRISTEENE, “African Mayonnaise” i me t them below the bridge shortly after as he balanced precariously on a set of slippery 9:00 a.m., bearing coffee and breakfast tacos: stones at the edge of the foul creek, attempt­ a motley assembly of misfit mediamakers, arty ing to obtain the perfect angle on CHRISTEENE queers, and nonconformist nerds like me, all as she emerged from underneath the bridge, scattered among the trash­ cluttered banks of refreshed from a morning bowel movement. Waller Creek in downtown Austin, Texas. This Months later, my production education would was not the first time I had visited the set of continue on the set of CHRISTEENE’s “African a CHRISTEENE music video, but it was my first Mayonnaise,” an endeavor, as recounted later day “on the job” as a cursory member of the in this article, that would find me and the crew “Workin’ on Grandma” crew. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Film and Video University of Illinois Press

Three Dollar Cinema: The Down and Dirty DIY of Queer Production

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

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University of Illinois Press
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Copyright © 2008 The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois.
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1934-6018

Abstract

Three Dollar Cinema: The Down and Dirty DIY of Queer Production curran nault What do you do? I find things out. You don’t make any money out of your work? No, I don’t work in the way that people usually understand the expression. —Charlie Nash, Queer Magnolia Work it, skank. —CHRISTEENE, “African Mayonnaise” i me t them below the bridge shortly after as he balanced precariously on a set of slippery 9:00 a.m., bearing coffee and breakfast tacos: stones at the edge of the foul creek, attempt­ a motley assembly of misfit mediamakers, arty ing to obtain the perfect angle on CHRISTEENE queers, and nonconformist nerds like me, all as she emerged from underneath the bridge, scattered among the trash­ cluttered banks of refreshed from a morning bowel movement. Waller Creek in downtown Austin, Texas. This Months later, my production education would was not the first time I had visited the set of continue on the set of CHRISTEENE’s “African a CHRISTEENE music video, but it was my first Mayonnaise,” an endeavor, as recounted later day “on the job” as a cursory member of the in this article, that would find me and the crew “Workin’ on Grandma” crew.

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Journal of Film and VideoUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Aug 24, 2018

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