MIX Copenhagen at Thirty: Projecting a Triumphant Queer Moment
Randy Malamud visited MIX COPENHAGEN for our 30th anniversary in October 2015, and spent the week attending events and screenings around the city, and meeting our volunteers and public. He wrote an article about his experience at the festival that was published in Film Quarterly (spring 2016), a US based film journal, published by University of California Press.
We loved having Randy as a visitor to the festival, and are very happy to share his wonderful essay with you here.
DOWNLOAD PDF HERE: MIX Copenhagen at Thirty: Projecting a Triumphant Queer Moment
Place of publication: Film Quarterly, Spring 2016.
Randy Malamud is Regents’ Professor of English at Georgia State University in Atlanta, USA. He is the author of eight books, including The Language of Modernism, Reading Zoos, and Poetic Animals and Animal Souls; his forthcoming book, due out next year, is The Importance of Elsewhere: The Globalist Humanist Tourist. He writes about film and other cultural topics for Film Quarterly, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Salon and Huffington Post.