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We Tell: Environments of Race and Place film screenings
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 @ 19:00–20:32$7
The Squeaky Wheel will present We Tell: Environments of Race and Place including Black Panther a.k.a. Off the Pig (Newsreel #19) (San Francisco Newsreel, U.S. 1967, 15 min.), Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man (Mimi Pickering, U.S. 1975, 39 min.), Who I Became (Michael Siv, Aram Siu Wai Collier, 2003, 20 min.), Legend of the Weresheep (Yusi Brieland El Boujami, Ned del Callejo, Ariane Farnsworth, Shyanna Marks, Shelby Ray, Amber Vigil, 2007, 3 min.), Stories of Trust: Calling for Climate Recovery: Trust Alaska (Christi Cooper, Katie Lose Gilbertson, Kelly Matheson, 2011, 8 min.), and Digital Smoke Signals: Aerial Footage from the Night of November 20, 2016 at Standing Rock (Myron Dewey, U.S. 2016, 7 min.)
We Tell: Environments of Race and Place is a screening of short, community made short films focused on issues surrounding immigration, migration, and racial identity unique to a specific environment. Including films by Outta Your Backpack Media, Third World Newsreel, among others. Don't miss the Buffalo stop of this nationally touring screening series, with co-curator Patricia Zimmermann in person for introduction and Q&A.
[source: Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center website, 2019-Oct-14]