21oct7:00 pm10:00 pmEthics & Aesthetics: The Bodies We Belong To Breaking & Transforming Patterns
Join Detroit Narrative Agency (DNA) and Cinema Detroit virtually Thursday, October 21 at 7:00 p.m. EDT, to watch the final installment of the 2021 Ethics & Aesthetics series: The
Join Detroit Narrative Agency (DNA) and Cinema Detroit virtually Thursday, October 21 at 7:00 p.m. EDT, to watch the final installment of the 2021 Ethics & Aesthetics series: The Bodies We Belong To: Breaking & Transforming Patterns. These films spotlight the disruption of oppression in its many forms.
Each film presents opposition to harmful structures, whether it’s racism, misogyny, homophobia, and ageism in the U.S., centuries-old oppression under the caste system in India, or the race-based apartheid in South Africa. as their protagonists reimagine and recreate the world, refusing to accept their pre-ordained fates.
The program includes:
?Prophesy — Directed by Monèt Marshall.
?Visions of Evolution — Directed by Cherise Morris.
?Letter From Your Far Off Country — Directed by Suneil Sanzgiri.
?I’m Free Now You Are Free — Directed by Ash Goh
?Timêla — Directed by walt mzengi
?Queenie — Directed by Cai Thomas
Purchase access now to view and participate on October 21 once the live stream starts.
Ethics & Aesthetics is an intentional space for BIPOC communities to view media projects and films relevant to them and to reflect on their form and content.
The program includes introductions by each of the filmmakers and a talkback after the films.