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Film Series

Prisms and Portraits: The Films of Rosine Mbakam

Oct 8—Oct 14, 2021
Part of Film

“An original filmmaker of exquisite sensibility; one of the foremost filmmakers of creative nonfiction working right now.”
The New Yorker

Rosine Mbakam’s powerful, empathetic documentary films focus on the migrant experiences of women and the legacies of colonialism. Cameroonian-born and Belgium-based, Mbakam constructs films with a patient rigor devoted to giving the women she features space to tell their own stories. This series features the exclusive theatrical runs of two new films by Mbakam, along with a retrospective of four earlier films.

Delphines Prayers
Delphine’s Prayers

Delphine shares intimate stories about exploitation in Belgium and her native Cameroon.

Oct 8—Oct 12, 2021

Three co-directors address white-centrism in photographic and digital technology.

Oct 8—Oct 14, 2021
Chez Jolie Coiffure
Chez Jolie Coiffure + Les portes du passé

Rosine Mbakam investigates the lives of migrant women in this documentary-and-short pairing.

Sat, Oct 9, 2021
The Two Faces Of A Bamileke Woman
The Two Faces of a Bamiléké Woman + You Will Be My Ally

Rosine Mbakam's documentary about her native Cameroon, paired with an early fictional short.

Sun, Oct 10, 2021