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Three Lives + All Women Are Equal

 
 
Tue, May 8, 2018
  • 8:30PM
 
 
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All Women Are Equal

Dir. Marguerite Paris
1972, 15min, 16mm

 

This vital historical document is one of the first films to portray the experiences of a transgender woman in an empathetic, non-exploitative way.

 
Three Lives

Dirs. Kate Millett and Susan Kleckner
1971, 70min, 16mm

 

Feminist leader Kate Millett co-directs this essential early dispatch from the burgeoning women’s movement, one of the first films to give voice to the experiences of ordinary women. Made by an all-female crew, it profiles three women—one who escaped a bad marriage for a life of her own in New York; a middle-aged chemist; and a “nice Jewish girl” turned bisexual performance artist—who speak candidly about their lives in ways that are at once intensely personal and universal.

 
 
 
 
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