Leslie Thornton


Peggy and Fred in Hell: The 1st Cycle

Related Links

Artist’s Website

Film-Makers’ Cooperative

Senses of Cinema

Archival Collections

Getty Research Institute, Research Library

Peggy and Fred in Kansas [videorecording ] / Leslie Thornton.

United States.

Publication Information: [1988]

1 videocassette of 1 (U-Matic) (11 min.) : sd., b&w ; 3/4 in. original.

Museum of Modern Art

Thornton, Leslie.

Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material.

1 folder.


Bruyn, Dirk de. “Abigail Child Trilogy; ‘Adynata: Murder’s Not a Story.’” Metro Magazine (1997): 95–96. Print.
—. “Abigail Child Trilogy; ‘Adynata: Murder’s Not a Story.’” Metro Magazine (1997): 95–96. Print.
Doane, Mary Ann. “The Retreat of Signs And The Failure of Words: Leslie Thornton’s Adynata.” Millennium Film Journal 16-18 (1986): 151–157. Print.
Huang, Vivian, and Berenice Reynaud. “Leslie Thornton: ‘Adynata.’” Motion Picture 3 (1990): 16. Print.
—. “Thornton: ‘Jennifer, Where Are You?’” Motion Picture 3 (1990): 16. Print.
Jones, Kristin M. “Closing the American Century: The Avant-garde in  ’99.” Film Comment 36.1 (2000): 28. Print.
Lee, Helen. “The Subaltern Body.” Cineaction 24/25 (1991): 66–74. Print.
Milutis, Joe. “The Girls Without the Camera in Their Heads: An Interview with Leslie Thornton.” Afterimage. Feb. 2000 : 13-14. Print.
Peckam, Linda. “Total Indiscriminate Recall: ‘Peggy and Fred in Hell.’” Motion Picture 3 (1989): 16–18. Print.
Peckham, Linda. “The Overflow of Ectasy into Speech: Leslie Thornton’s ‘There Was an Unseen Cloud Moving.’” Cinematograph 4 (1991): 91–95. Print.
Russell, Catherine. “Independents and Independence: Culture as Fiction: The Ethnographic Impulse in the Films of Peggy Ahwesh, Su Friedrich, and Leslie Thornton.” New American Cinema (1998): 353–378. Print.
Thornton, Leslie. “Peggy and Fred in Hell.” Cinematograph 3 (1988): 87–89. Print.
—. “We Ground Things, Now, on a Moving Earth.” Motion Picture 3 (1989): 13–15. Print.
Wees, William C. “Carrying on: Leslie Thornton, Su Friedrich, Abigail Child and American Avant-garde Film of the Eighties.” Canadian Journal of Film Studies 10 (2001): 70–95. Print.

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