Marginal Production Cultures

Marginal Production Cultures : Infrastructures of Sexual Minority and Transgender Media

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Marginal Production Cultures concentrates its intersectional analysis on considerations of how race, sexuality, and gender non-conformity complicate media production and distribution practices. Offering insight into a diverse range of minority media cultures, this book relies on personal interviews, ethnographic research, and archival materials to examine LGBTQ production and distribution strategies. It documents the specific infrastructures and relationships minority media makers develop to collect resources, negotiate prejudice, and see their work through to the screen, investigating the practitioners, communities, networks, festivals, and institutions that sustain the development of queer and trans media. To affirm a dedication to studying marginal production cultures is to stress the need to develop understandings of how axes of race, sexuality, and gender non-conformity relate to media-makers' professional opportunities and access to training, technologies, social capital, and more

Product details

  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 152 x 229mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138999474
  • 9781138999473

About Candace Moore

Candace Moore is Assistant Professor in Screen Arts and Cultures and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan, USAshow more

Table of contents

Introduction 1. Distribution is Queen: LGBTQ Media on Demand 2. Willful Alchemy: Black Lesbian Media Production 3. Trans Media Flows: Transgender Digital and Festival Cultures 4. Topping from the Bottom: Feminist BDSM Film Production 5. Videogame Praxis: Queer and Trans-friendly Game Designshow more