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A magazine about queers and cinema, mostly.
Adult, Gay Biannual Magazine from United Kingdom

- First issue: 2010
- Gay and lesbian cinema.
- The name is inspired by Joe Dallesandro.
- Website: www.littlejoemagazine.com

Last updated:
2 February 2022
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Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern

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CONTENTS: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2015 2021 GALLERIES: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2015 2021 All

Issue 6

Issue 5
December 2015

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In the cover feature of our biggest issue yet, film curator Bradford Nordeen pays tribute to transgender punk icon Jayne Country and the stars of City of Lost Souls, Rosa von Praunheim’s underseen and over-the-top Berlin musical. The issue also features a discussion with von Praunheim himself on the eve of his 70th birthday by filmmaker Adam Keleman, as well as interviews with legendary underground filmmaker Mike Kuchar by artist Johnny Ray Huston, former Hole drummer Patty Schemel by A.L. Steiner, Swedish filmmakers Ester Martin Bergsmark and Eli Levén talk to Tomas Hemstad about She Male Snails, Helen de Witt meets the irrepressible provocateur Charles Lum, and Ronald Grant and Martin Humphries, the couple behind London's Cinema Museum, sip tea and chat with Brian Robinson. Author and activist Sarah Schulman selects her Video Library, Ron Gregg examines Barbara Rubin’s role in the New York Underground, Jon Davies expresses his adoration for Miss Edmonton Teen Burger 1983, Marc Siegel provides us with a humorous discussion of the work of R. W. Fassbinder and Liz Rosenfeld gives a personal account of queer filmmaking in modern Berlin. Our regular Visual and Other Pleasures section includes contributions from Keep the Lights On director Ira Sachs, Ultra Culture’s Charlie Lyne, academic and author Douglas Crimp and Semiotext(e) editor Hedi El Kholti plus archive material from Vito Russo and an excerpt from Myra Breckinridge’s Cookbook. The issue also includes a special pull-out comic book by Mike Kuchar.

Issue 3
Our cover commemorates influential underground filmmaker George Kuchar who passed away in September 2011, with an interview between George and critic & curator Ed Halter featured in the magazine. Also in this issue: an interview with Weekend director Andrew Haigh; visual artist Marlene McCarty talks about her career including her work with Gran Fury and the New Queer Cinema; Terence Davies' Video Library; editor Sam Ashby investigates Derek Jarman's set designs for Ken Russell's The Devils; artist Scott Ewalt reminisces about his experiences of Times Square's long lost burlesque theatres, porn cinemas and erotic revue bars; a reflection on the career of horror director Andy Milligan including never-before-seen photos of him on set; an essay on Gregg Bordowitz' Fast Trip, Long Drop; Celine Sciamma talks her latest film Tomboy; and cult filmmaker David DeCoteau discusses how he ended up making 'horror movies for girls'. Plus a special illustrated supplement by Mike Mills, director of Beginners.
Contributors: Charlie Beesley, M Blash, Jon Davies, Terence Davies, David DeCoteau, Scott Ewalt, Mark Finch, Andrew Haigh, Ed Halter, Eric Jones, George Kuchar, Ryan Linkof, Mary Manning, Marlene McCarty, Jimmy McDonough, Mike Mills, Celine Sciamma, Adam Shecter, Rebecca Thomas, Stephen Thrower & Carl Williamson.

Issue 2
Our cover film is Frank Ripploh's autobiographical Taxi Zum Klo (1980), an extraordinary debut chronicling his dual life as Berlin schoolteacher and sex "hunter" which he discusses in a fascinating, candid interview, translated and published here for the first time.

The issue also features a conversation between director John Waters and Tate Modern's curator of film Stuart Comer; an interview with artists A.K. Burns and A.L. Steiner about their sociosexual porn video, Community Action Center; an essay on the covertly queer film magazine Films and Filming; an essay on Parker Tyler, Myra Breckinridge and Mae West; John Cameron Mitchell's Video Library; a specially commissioned short story about Sal Mineo by American poet and author Kevin Killian; and American poet and cultural critic Wayne Koestenbaum's never-before-published talk on rarely seen Warhol epic Taylor Mead's Ass.

Contributors: Justin Bengry, James Boaden, A.K. Burns, Shannon Michael Cane, Stuart Comer, Lauren Cornell, Benjamin Critton, Christopher Duncan, Kevin Killian, Wayne Koestenbaum, Ryan Linkof, John Cameron Mitchell, Bradford Nordeen, Jenni Olson, Frank Ripploh, A.L. Steiner, Rebecca Thomas, John Waters & Matt Wolf.

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Featuring interviews with directors Jack Hazan (A Bigger Splash) and Tom Kalin (Swoon, Savage Grace), a profile of experimental pornographer Fred Halsted by artist William E Jones, essays on films including American Gigolo, Cruising, Song of the Loon, stunning photographs of cult actress Karen Black by filmmaker Cam Archer, and specially commissioned artworks by Stuart Sandford, Yvan Martinez and Joshua Trees.

Contributors: Cam Archer, Jack Barnes, Paul Burston, Rick Castro, Fritz Haeg, Stuart Henderson, William E Jones, Hynam Kendall, Michael Linington, Feargus O'Sullivan, William Maltese, Yvan Martinez, Frederico Pellacin, Ryan Powell, John David Rhodes, Stuart Sandford, Joshua Trees.

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