Fall 2017 Feminist Retakes Film Series!

The Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies Program invites you to the

Fall 2017 Feminist Retakes Film Series

All films begin at 5 p.m. and will be shown in Room 114 of Belk Library.

These are open to the public so invite your friends!

The first film, Persepolis, has already shown -- make sure you don't miss next week's showing of Tongues Untied!


Thursday, October 26th -- Persepolis

This film traces Satrapi's growth from child to rebellious, punk-loving teenager in Iran. In the background are the growing tensions of the political climate in Iran in the 1970s and 80s. (2007)

Thursday, November 9th -- Tongues Untied

Filmmaker Marlon Riggs gives a voice to communities of gay black men, presenting their cultures and perspectives on the world as they confront racism, homophobia and marginalization. (1989)

Thursday, November 30th -- Antonia's Line

After World War II, Antonia and her daughter, Danielle, go back to their Dutch hometown, where Antonia's late mother has bestowed a small farm upon her. There, Antonia settles down and joins a tightly-knit but unusual community. (1995)

Published: Nov 2, 2017 6:32pm