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Does anyone on the list know of a Russian B&W film, 30 minutes in length,
called "Russian Salad" - it features several Russian performers, including
the tenor Sergei Lemenshev.

Paul Fryer
Senior Lecturer, School of Theatre & Production,
Rose Bruford College.

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>A senior gender studies student, Jenna Skinner, is doing a comps.
>project on "Cultural Representation of White Trash and Red-Neck Women in
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A bit off, but still: You'll find a list of more than 800 films featuring
hillbilly-characters here (Southern Mountaineers Filmography):
gopher://gopher.acs.appstate.edu:70/11/depts/library/app_col

For some (very angry but enlightening) background, you should check out
"The Redneck Manifesto; America's Scapegoats: How We Got that Way and Why
We're Not Going to Take It Anymore" by Jim Goad, Simon&Schuster, 1996. It
also has a comprehensive bibliography. (Got Goad's e-mail adress if it's of
any interest).

Ingvald
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                CALL FOR PAPERS

FILMBUILDING: DEVICES AND DELICACIES OF FILM DESIGN

                School of Image Arts
                Ryerson Polytechnic University
                Toronto
                September 24-26, 1999

The conference will be an examination of the role played by design and
designers in both classic and contemporary films.  It will focus on both
the work of individual filmmakers and larger trends in the application
of design to filmmaking.

Paper proposals from scholars, graduate students, designers, filmmakers
and film writers are welcome.  These should take the form of abstracts of
no more than 300 words (including TITLE and BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION).
All abstracts should be forwarded no later than March 15, 1999 to:

        Professor Linda Lewis
        School of Image Arts: Film, Photography and New Media
        Ryerson Polytechnic University
        350 Victoria Street
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>2/2/99 1:40 PM [log in to unmask] wrote:

>A senior gender studies student, Jenna Skinner, is doing a comps.
>project on "Cultural Representation of White Trash and Red-Neck Women in
>Media."  Would anyone suggest any film titles in addition to the
>following ones?


Gas, Food, Lodging
Ruby in Paradise.

HTH,
Erika

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