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Winks and Nudges

An exploration (and reconsideration) of camp cinema.

What is the enduring appeal of the kitsch, cult world of camp? Evading a neat definition, its meaning has certainly shifted over time. But one thing is certain – you know it when you see it. Yet why do certain camp references prevail while others fade? Does camp still pack the same punch it once did for queer audiences? It’s time for a reconsideration of camp cinema through the ages.

  • A Romp through Classic Camp A Romp through Classic Camp

    A 75 minute whistle-stop tour through the history of camp cinema.

  • Barbarella Barbarella

    From the moment Jane Fonda floats onto the screen in her lurid, saucy, shag-pile spaceship, a camp classic is born!

  • Can’t Stop the Music Can’t Stop the Music

    A monument to camp with the Village People and some of the most dazzling musical numbers ever committed to celluloid.

  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Sing-a-long) Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Sing-a-long)

    Monroe and Russell get the big screen Sing-along treatment in Hawks’ Technicolor extravaganza.

  • Mommie Dearest Mommie Dearest

    Ramping up the camp, Faye Dunaway fires on all cylinders in this outrageous account of Hollywood at its most deliriously splenetic.

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