Black Film Culture "Women of the L.A. Rebellion" a conversation with Barbara McCullough, Zeinabu Irene Davis & Dr. Artel Great

Event Date: Friday, May 7 - 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Black Film Culture "Women of the L.A. Rebellion" a conversation with Barbara McCullough, Zeinabu Irene Davis & Dr. Artel Great

 

Dear Cinema Community,

We are excited to present Black Film Culture: a new cinema salon series created and sponsored by Assistant Professor Artel Great, the George and Judy Marcus Endowed Chair in African-American Cinema Studies. The Black Film Culture series engages the rich and diverse terrain of Black moving image practices, scholarship, and critical discourses. This inaugural event celebrates the daring independent cinematic voices of the "Women of the L.A. Rebellion" with a film screening and conversation with filmmakers Zeinabu Irene Davis and Barbara McCullough who will discuss their legendary work and careers. This event includes a virtual screening of their classic short films, Cycles and Water Ritual #1, respectively, which are available to view on-demand now until Friday, May 7th.

Webinar Registration - Zoom

I look forward to seeing you there,

 

DR. ARTEL GREAT

George and Judy Marcus Endowed Chair 

in African-American Cinema Studies

& Assistant Professor of Critical Studies

San Francisco State University