Pamphlet containing a review of the 1973 Italian film LOVE AND ANARCHY, originally distributed in San Francisco by a group of anarchists after the film's screenings; this a "republished" edition from Madison, WI's Aurora Press.
First issue of this film periodical, featuring extensive coverage of I AM CURIOUS: YELLOW, the controvercial film that had its screening ban lifted by the US Supreme court just previous the this issue's publication. The magazine's production is highly visual, with many full-page photographs.
Poems by Bruestle: actor, educator, playwright and poet. Copy previously belonging to actors Helen Craig and John Beal, whose bookplate requests return via the Actors' Equity Association, and personally inscribed to them by Bruestle; all three actors appeared on THE WALTONS in the 1970s.
Four selections by Camus: a previously unpublished Address and a selection from L'Etranger, read by Camus; Le Malentendu (Act 2, Scene 1), read by Maria Casares and Alan Cuny; and Les Amandiers, read by Serge Reggiani.
History of gay and lesbian themes in the American theatre during the first half of the twentieth century. Discusses the queer characters portrayed by actors such as Laurence Olivier and Carol Channing.
Companion to the documentary DERRIDA (2002), including the full screenplay, many color photographs, essays by Nicholas Royle and the directors (Kofman and Dick), as well as an interview with Derrida about the film.
An illustrated catalog of second-run 16mm sound films available for rent by the Clem Williams Film Company of Pittsburgh, for market to non-theatrical customers: colleges, universities,museums, film societies, etc..