Film Classics in 16mm!rnrnKeeping Up with William E. Jones
United States | 1991 | William E. Jones
The first movie by artist and filmmaker William E. Jones is an unconventional autobiography centered on Jones’ Ohio hometown. Beautiful, evocative images and Jones’ own eloquent narration—and no human actors—tell a story about growing up gay in a small, conservative Midwestern city. “A homo road movie in which gay icons are nowhere to be seen. Massillon uses the quiet landscapes of the American Midwest to look at a history disfigured by myths of the family, patriotism, and religion.” –Artforum. 70 min.
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