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Film Through Her Eyes: Contemporary Shorts By Women Of Color Peter Jay Sharp Building
BAM Rose Cinemas
Mar 14, 2018
  • 7PM
 
Running Time: 68min

A selection of shorts made by women of color around the theme of identity

GENERAL ADMISSION: $15
MEMBERS: $7.50 (free for Level 4 and above)
 

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For Paradise

Dir. Elizabeth Webb
2016, 25min

 

A hybrid documentary that traces the construction of racial identities within a family where members operate on both sides of the color line.

 
Field Notes

Dir. Vashti Harrison
2014, 16min

 

An experimental portrait of the ghosts embedded in the culture of Trinidad and Tobago.

 
 
 
Charcoal

Dir. Francesca Andre
2017, 5min

 

The parallel stories of two black women and their lifelong journey to overcome internalized colorism and find self-acceptance and, ultimately, redemption.

 
 
Sixteen

Dir. Vashti Harrison
2015, 7min

 

A mother’s story is told through her difficult childhood, with photos of a beautiful adulthood and her voice captured on crackling audio.

 
 
 
The Knot

Dir. Davina Lee
2017, 15min

 

A tale of magical realism, based on a true story of manufactured love gone wrong.