4/02/2014 Peter Durantine

Film Screening: Selection of Short Films by Su Friedrich

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Su Friedrich's films regularly combine elements of narrative, documentary, and experimental styles of film-making and often focus on the roles of women, family, and homosexuality in contemporary America. Su Friedrich has been a leading figure in avant-garde filmmaking and a pivotal force in the establishment of Queer Cinema. Her work has radicalized film form and content by incorporating a feminist perspective and issues of lesbian identity and by creating a remarkable and innovative synthesis of experimental, narrative and documentary genres. 

Co-Sponsored by the Department of Theatre, Dance, Film

Projection by Moviate 

7:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 8 in the Phillips Museum of Art's Curriculum Gallery.

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