Todd Haynes

Book Review: “The Poetics of Cruising” — Imaginative Acts of Capture

May 13, 2022
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By exploring the historical and artistic significance of cruising throughout poetry, photography, and visual culture, the book produces a rich and exciting topography of queer culture that posits a reflexive relationship of vicarious cruising between “cruising texts” and their consumers.

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Film Review: “Dark Waters” — Poison and Passion

December 11, 2019
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Dark Waters may not be Todd Haynes’ most beautiful film, but it may yet prove to be among his most important.

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Fuse Feature: The Zeitgeist in Film — 2015

January 5, 2016
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Here’s one more wrap-up of the year in film.

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Film Commentary: Blink a Bright Red and Green — “Carol’’’s Holiday Charm

December 21, 2015
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A guide to the symbolic color odyssey that will keep you on your toes if you choose to see Carol more than once (and I’m thinking you will).

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