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  1. 17. Mai 2024 · The sex symbols, both male (Rock Hudson, Tab Hunter, and Anthony Perkins) and female (Lizabeth Scott and Greta Garbo), lived under the threat of their private lives undermining their public personas. Underground filmmakers Kenneth Anger and John Waters made huge strides in LGBTQ+ representation with their off - off -Hollywood productions in the 1960s and ’70s.

  2. Vor 5 Tagen · Meeting Two Queens is an experimental short by filmmaker Cecilia Barriga, who cuts and re-edits scenes from studio pictures featuring Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich. A precursor to modern-day fan cams commonly found on social media platforms, Barriga reimagines Garbo and Dietrich cast as lovers in a fictional film. The film essentially drives home my thesis for this series, centering on ...

  3. 28. Apr. 2024 · Greta Garbo, often referred to as the “Divine Garbo,” is an iconic figure in the golden age of Hollywood. Her enigmatic beauty, talent, and aura of mystery captivated audiences around the world. From her early days in silent films to her transition to talking pictures, Garbo’s unique charm and screen presence made her a true legend of the silver screen.

  4. 4. Mai 2024 · Clips include:1924 Gösta Berlings saga1925 Die Freudlose Gasse1926 Torrent1926 The Temptress1926 Flesh and the Devil1927 Love1928 A Woman of Affairs1929 Wild...

  5. 28. Apr. 2024 · Robinson said “Go Fish” was “earth-shattering at the time,” leading to at least a decade of Hollywood taking a chance on lesbian filmmakers looking to make work with explicitly gay themes ...

  6. 3. Mai 2024 · GARBO'S EARLY LIFE AND CAREER. Garbo was born in Stockholm, Sweden, on April 15, 1905. Her dad, Greta Gustafsson, was an itinerant laborer. Hence, she grew up in poverty in a Stockholm slum. Garbo was working as a clerk in a department store when she met Erik Petschler, a film director, who gave her a small role in the 1922 film "Luffar-Petter."

  7. 1. Mai 2024 · Institut suédois, Rue Payenne, Paris, France. 19:30 - 21:30. Photo MGM, Camille. In Parisian high society in 1847, amorous encounters would take place at the theatre, at balls and in gambling circles where discretion was required… this was the so-called “game of love”.