Marketing Boys' Love: Taiwan's Independent Film, Eternal Summer, and Its Audiences
After winning Best Director and Best Picture honors at the 63rd Golden Globes, Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain went on to win several other important awards at the Academy. Lee, as a major internationally acclaimed director, has been heavily employed to symbolize a fluid global upward mobility for local Taiwanese filmmakers. As expressed at a press conference, the Taiwanese government has hoped that the popularity and success of Brokeback Mountain will spur the development of all segments of Taiwan's film industry--financial planning, marketing, and film production and management, as well as the cultivation of new talent (Taiwan's GIO, 2007). This article examines how pleasures, desires, and identities function among gay men and teenage females.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2008
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