9/6 Black Feminist Film School Screens Suzanne Suzanne

27 08 2012

Thursday, September 6, 2012
6:30pm

at Duke University FHI Garage Smith Warehouse Bay 4 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Durham, NC 27708-0403

In 1982 Camille Billops made what history now considers her first film. Her family was her subject, her object, that which she objected to, which is another way of saying I believe she made this film because she believed in the possibility of healing, or because she believed in the possibility of community and knew where to start first, what not to skip.

Join the Black Feminist Film School crew for a screening and discussion as part of our year long dialogue about what makes a Black Feminist Film and get info about our schedule of screenings and production workshops this Fall!


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