Julian Vigo
Julian Vigo PhD is a scholar, filmmaker, artist, permaculturalist, dj, yogi, and human rights consultant. Julian Vigo is a specialist in contemporary ethnography, cultural studies, cinema, postcolonial theory, and media and gender studies. Julian Vigo has been at professor at universities across the world where she has taught anthropology, comparative literature, performance studies, cultural studies, theory, philosophy of science, theories of postmodernism, and gender studies. She can be reached at julian.vigo@gmail.com or through her website lubellule.com.

Entries by Julian Vigo

An Afternoon with Harry Belafonte

(0) Comments | Posted October 17, 2012 | 4:09 PM

I caught up Harry Belafonte at a press conference at the Locarno Film Festival. Mr. Belafonte spoke eloquently about the very important role that art plays in politics, his roots in social activism, music and theatre, and about our common humanity:

Q: I would like to ask since the Preminger...

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Two Filmmakers Discuss Their New Movie, and the Meaning of "Independent"

(0) Comments | Posted September 6, 2012 | 11:30 AM

I met up with directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (Little Miss Sunshine, 2006) in Locarno, Switzerland after the screening of their latest film at the Locarno Film Festival. Ruby Sparks (2012) portrays a young novelist, Clive (Paul Dano), whose writer's block leads him to dreaming up the perfect...

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My Chat With Mexican Actor García Bernal

(0) Comments | Posted September 5, 2012 | 11:27 AM


At the Locarno film festival in August, I had the chance to catch up with and interview Mexican actor Gael García Bernal regarding his starring role in Pablo Larraín's latest film, No (2012). Based on true life events and characters, García Bernal plays an...

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I was Bullied by Cyber Lesbians

(23) Comments | Posted April 7, 2012 | 1:00 AM

In 2007, while using gay social media to connect with women online, I found myself the victim of bullying on the UK lesbian site Gingerbeer. My experiences on websites like Gingerbeer and gay.com led me to remark a certain force of behavioural homogenization at work within the lesbian...

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