REMIX: The Black Experience in Film, Media, and Art

REMIX is a  year-round series examining the legacy of institutional racism and the black experience in film, media, and art. Join us for programs that will challenge perceptions, inspire dialogue, and celebrate the richness and breadth of cinema that is too often overlooked.

 

Lost Boundaries Mar. 24 In collaboration with Vassar College’s conference “Quiet as It’s Kept: Passing Subjects, Contested Identities” and Professor Mia Mask, we present…
Devil in a Blue Dress Mar. 25 Introduction by Vassar Professor Mia Mask In collaboration with Vassar College’s conference “Quiet as It’s Kept: Passing Subjects, Contested Identities” and Professor Mia Mask, we present…
Shadows Mar. 26 In collaboration with Vassar College’s conference “Quiet as It’s Kept: Passing Subjects, Contested Identities” and Professor Mia Mask, we present…
Imitation of Life Mar. 27 Introduction by Vassar Professor Hiram Perez In collaboration with Vassar College’s conference “Quiet as It’s Kept: Passing Subjects, Contested Identities” and Professor Mia Mask, we present…
Personal Problems May 21 Introduction by writer Ishmael Reed “Personal Problems retains a vitality and an integrity that practically bounds off the screen.” (New York Times) This entirely African…

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