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4/4/13 Black Feminist Film School Presents Experimental Shorts

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Hey Durham! Full Frame too expensive? Join Black Feminist Film School as we present some of our favorite experimental shorts including select shorts by Black Feminist Film School co-founder Julia Roxanne Wallace!!!

General Info: http://bit.ly/14IDHmx

What: Black Feminist Film School Presents Experimental Shorts

Who: Black Feminist Film School (and you hopefully)
When:
Thursday, April 4th – 6pm
Where: Duke University FHI Garage Smith Warehouse Bay 4
114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Durham, NC 27708-0403
General Info: http://bit.ly/14IDHmx

Films will include:

Water Ritual #1still from Water Ritual #1

Water Ritual #1 (1979)
Directed by Barbara McCullough

Vanilla Sex (1992)
Directed by Cheryl Dunye

Hairpiece (1984)
Directed by Ayoka Chenzira

and select shorts Directed by Julia Roxanne Wallace
including No Legacy Let Go: A Ritual of Remembrance and Healing (2012)




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