FILM + CONVERSATION EVENT
This screening includes a conversation with Stephen Charbonneau moderated by Dr Terri Francis.
Camille Billops and James Hatch trace the ways in which Americans have tried to ignore, deny, suppress, contain, tolerate, legislate, mock, and exploit racial discrimination within the United States. Like a modern-day Virgil and Dante, they drive, cajole, and lead their cast through a tour of the contemporary landscape of racism.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Stephen Charbonneau is an Associate Professor of Film Studies at Florida Atlantic University, where he’s taught courses in film history and film criticism for fifteen years. His books include Projecting Race: Postwar America, Civil Rights, and Documentary Film and InsUrgent Media from the Front (co-edited with Chris Robé).
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