Date: Sunday, February 12, 3PM
Location: James Room, 418 Barnard Hall
Join us for a moderated conversation with film professionals and advisors as they review clips of three works-in-progress and help the filmmakers push their films to the next level.
HOW IT FEELS TO BE FREE
Directed by: Yorbua Richen
How it Feels to Be Free is a feature length documentary about how the trailblazing black female entertainers took control of their own image while fighting for civil rights both through their artistic work and political actions, which were sometimes one and the same.
Directed by: Cynthia Lowen
Netizens exposes the proliferation of cyber harassment faced by women, spreading from the web to the most intimate corners of their lives. This feature documentary follows targets of harassment, along with lawyers, advocates, policymakers and others, as they confront digital abuse and strive for equality and justice online.
WOMEN OF THE 1ST INTIFADA
Directed by: Julia Bacha
In the spring of 1988, a clandestine network of Palestinian women emerged to lead a vibrant nonviolent social movement that put the Palestinian people on the map. Their identities have remained hidden… until now.