Profiles & Webpages

"About Marlon Riggs." 2011. LGBT Journalists Hall of Fame. National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association. Web.

Altman, Susan. "Marlon Riggs, Filmmaker, Social Trailblazer." 1997. The Encyclopedia of African-American Heritage. African American Registry: A Non-Profit Education Organization. Web.

Deane, Pamela. "Marlon T. Riggs: U.S. Filmmaker." N.d. Queer Cultural Center. Web.

---. "Riggs, Marlon: U.S. Filmmaker." N.d. The Museum of Broadcast Communications. Web.

Everett, Karen. "The Life of Marlon Riggs." 26 Mar. 2011. Articles from Karen. Web. [Link currently inactive]

---, dir. "I Shall Not Be Removed." 1996. California Newsreel. Web.

---, dir. I Shall Not Be Removed: The Life of Marlon Riggs. 1996. Video. keverett@berkeley.edu.

Gateward, Frances. "Riggs, Marlon." N.d. Film Reference. Web.

Gerstner, David A. "Marlon Riggs (1957-94)." Queer Pollen: White Seduction, Black Male Homosexuality, and the Cinematic. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 2011. 138-213.

Harvey, Dennis. "Essential SF: Marlon Riggs." 15 Nov. 2010. SF 360. Web.

Klotman, Phyllis R., and Gloria J. Gibson, eds. Frame by Frame II: A Filmography of the African American Image, 1978-1994. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1997.

"Marlon Riggs Papers, 1957-1994." N.d. Collection Guide. Online Archive of California. Web.

"Marlon Riggs (1957-1994)." N.d. IMDb. Web.

"Marlon Riggs: A Bibliography of Materials in the UC Berkeley Library." N.d. Media Resource Center. Moffitt Library. Web.

"Marlon Riggs: The Complete Digital Edition." N.d. California Newsreel. Web.

"Marlon Riggs." N.d. Marlon Riggs Official Website. Web.

McEldowney, Elliott. "Marlon Troy Riggs." C. Eds. Tom Pendergast and Sara Pendergast. Detroit: St. James, 1998. 304-05.

Stamets, Bill. "Marlon Riggs: In His Own Image." In These Times 16.21 (22 Apr. 1992): 4-5.

Theophano, Teresa. "Riggs, Marlon (1957-1994)." 2002. GLBTQ: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, & Queer Culture. Web.

"Untied, But Not Removed: Fahari Arts Institute Presents 2nd Annual Marlon Riggs Film Festival." 8 Feb. 2011. Fahari Arts Institute. Web.

Weiss, Bart, dir. Tribute to Marlon Troy Riggs. Video Association of Dallas, 1993. VHS.

Yayanos, Meredith. "Respect and Love for Marlon Riggs." 14 Sept. 2010. Coilhouse Magazine & Blog. Web.