Andrew Grossman is the editor of the anthology Queer Asian Cinema: Shadows in the Shade (Haworth Press, 2001), an editor of and regular contributor to Bright Lights Film Journal, and a contributor to The New Dictionary of the History of Ideas (Scribner and Sons). He has contributed book chapters to the anthologies 24 Frames: The Films of Korea and Japan (Wallflower Press, 2004), The New Korean Cinema (University of Edinburgh Press, 2005), Chinese Connections: Perspectives on Film, Identity, and Diaspora (Temple University Press, 2009), Action! Interviews with Directors from Classical Hollywood to Contemporary Iran (Anthem Press, 2009), Film and Literary Modernism (Cambridge Scholars, 2013), Asexuality: Queer and Feminist Perspectives (Routledge, 2013), Mexican Horror Cinema (McFarland, forthcoming), and Movies in the Age of Obama (ed. David Izzo, forthcoming 2014). He also produced and directed a feature documentary film, Not That Kind of Christian!!, which appeared at the 2007 Montreal World Film Festival and which was awarded a Bronze Remi at the 40th annual Worldfest Houston.
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