The Yale University Film Archive maintains an extensive collection of films, videos, and DVD’s for use in teaching and research. The collection includes rare 16mm prints of films by the queer underground filmmaker José Rodriquez-Soltero and the pioneering lesbian experimental filmmaker Barbara Hammer, the art video work of Sadie Benning, and prints of important individual films ranging from pre-Stonewall classics such as Queen Christina, Strangers on a Train, and Boys in the Band, to more recent landmark films such as Milk, All About My Mother, and The Adventures of Felix. The FSC’s DVD and VHS collection includes many of the most important early Hollywood films representing homosexuality; the films of Andy Warhol, Kenneth Anger, Su Friedrich, and other queer avant-garde filmmakers; the new queer cinema; and more recent films such as Brokeback Mountain and television and cable series and network specials featuring LGBT characters.
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