Readings: Film Festivals as Ritualized/Religious Events
Renata Polt, “The Arts: The Multiplex as Temple” (or, Pay-per-view Judaism), Hadassah Magazine vol. 85, No.1 (August/September 2003).
Joe Berkofsky, “From celluloid to synagogue: Do film festivals build Jewish identity?”
Dorothy C. Holland; Debra G. Skinner, “Contested Ritual, Contested Femininities: (Re)Forming Self and Society in a Nepali Women's Festival.” American Ethnologist, Vol. 22, No. 2. (May, 1995), p. 279-305.
Mikel J. Koven, "'You Don't Have To Be Filmish:' The Toronto Jewish Film Festival," Ethnologies 21.1: 115-132.
Amy Ku'Uleialoha Stillman,“Hawaiian Hula Competitions: Event, Repertoire, Performance, Tradition.” The Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 109, No. 434. (Autumn, 1996), p. 357-380.
Robert H. Lavenda, Minnesota Queen Pageants: Play, Fun, and Dead Seriousness in a Festive Mode. The Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 101, No. 400. (Apr. - Jun. 1988), p. 168-175.
William O. Beeman, The Anthropology of Theater and Spectacle, Annual Review of Anthropology, Vol. 22. (1993), p. 369-393.
Janis Plotkin, "Film Festival: A Letter to My Successors," National Foundation for Jewish Culture Newsletter (spring 2003): pages 11, 13.
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