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Tongues Untied & Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien (No Regret)

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Tongues Untied & Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien (No Regret)

Juneteenth Program

“My struggle has allowed me to transcend that sense of shame and stigma identified with my being a black gay man. Having come through that fire, they can’t touch me.” —Marlon T. Riggs

The seminal documentary on Black gay life, Emmy Award-winning director Marlon T. Riggs’ 1989 Tongues Untied uses poetry, personal testimony, rap, and performance (featuring poet Essex Hemphill and others), to describe the homophobia and racism that confront Black gay men. A quarter of a century after its release, director Marlon T. Riggs’ documentary, winner of the Los Angeles Film Critics Award, and Best Documentary prize at the Berlin Film Festival, is as relevant as ever.

Preceded by Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien (No Regret)

1992. 38 m. Marlon Riggs. Frameline Distribution. USEnglish. Rated NR.

Through music, poetry and quiet, at times, chilling self-disclosure, five positive black gay men speak of their individual confrontation with AIDS, illuminating the difficult journey black men throughout America have made in coping with the personal and social devastation of the epidemic.

Tickets: $10 (members), $15 (nonmembers)



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