BIFF Panel: Racial Justice in View
Oct 11 @ 3:00pm-4:00pm – live discussion streamed to social + website
This panel is comprised of filmmakers presenting work in Buffalo Int’l Film Festival’s Racial Justice in View Shorts Block – a curated program of shorts that includes documentary, experimental, video essays, and everything in between – exploring racism, protest, police brutality and inequality in the United States, Canada and sovereign Indigenous lands. Discussion will focus on the film selections and related topics.
"The Ascendants" Director Ladan Osman + Producer/DP Joe Penney
"Graffica" Director Yogi Data
"Hustle" Director Xavier Cousins
"Ego of a Nation" + "Monologue Harmonic" Writer, Producer and Performer Janet Rogers
"Monologue Harmonic" Director Yuma Dean Hester
"Shoulders Deep" Director John Fiege
Rachael Homewood + Tammy McGovern + Anna Scime
BIFF Panel: Racial Justice In View
The Ascendants (Episode 2)
Ego of a Nation
Yuma Dean Hester
⏰ Coming up at 3pm ⏰— BIFF 2022 | Buffalo Int’l Film Festival (@BuffaloFilmFest) October 11, 2020
Racial Justice In View Roundtable
Filmmakers in #BIFF2020’s new shorts block discuss exploring racism, protest, police brutality and inequality in the US, Canada and Indigenous lands.
🧑🏽💻 FREE LIVE-STREAMING EVENT on https://t.co/gssy9h4oBa
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