Auntie
Film Through Her Eyes: Contemporary Shorts By Women Of Color Peter Jay Sharp Building
BAM Rose Cinemas
Mar 15, 2018
  • 7PM
 
Running Time: 78min

Four documentary shorts made by women of color around the theme of relationships.

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

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Dreams In Transit

Dir. Karen Martinez
2015, 29min

 

A poetic documentary that reflects on contemporary migrants’ sense of identity and belonging.

 
De Colores

Dir. Luz Zamora
2017, 16min

 

Aura Taibel has cleaned other peoples’ homes for more than 30 years, but in her native Colombia, she is a real-estate entrepreneur. Through Aura’s eyes, we witness the challenges of living and working as an immigrant in the US.

 
 
 
Auntie

Dir. Lisa Harewood
2013, 15min

 

A story of the Barbadian experience that explores universal conflicts of kinship, matriarchy, and family ties.

 
 
Black Heirlooms

Dir. Amanda Brown
2014, 18min

 

When the filmmaker’s 86-year-old grandmother Mee-Mah was hospitalized after a stroke, her eight children became irreconcilably divided over her small estate. Black Heirlooms examines how we pass things on from one generation to the next, and where we are going wrong.