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October 2019

Digital Diaspora Family Reunion in Brazil

October 21 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
University of Brasilia, Federal District 70910-90 Brazil

Thomas Allen Harris will keynote the upcoming Plural Knowledge: Value of the Public University seminar at the University of Brasilia. He will lead a multi-day Digital Diaspora Family Reunion with students, staff, and the community around their family photos culminating in an interactive exhibition around Afro- Brazilian identity.

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November 2019

Screening of Vintage: Families of Value at MoMA

November 10 @ 6:30 pm
Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53 Street
New York, NY United States
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Vintage will screen as part of a new series coinciding with the reopening of the Museum of Modern Art. The series, Currents: Re-Viewing Cineprobe, 1968-2002  will run October 24-November 20 and is made up of 25 programs representing upwards of 60 filmmakers and artists. Vintage: Families of Value will run with Alan Berliner's The Family Album as a program thinking about personal cinema & home movies as a significant area Cineprobe engaged over its three decades.

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SCREENING OF VINTAGE: FAMILIES OF VALUE AT MOMA

November 16 @ 4:00 pm
Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53 Street
New York, NY United States
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Description: Vintage will screen as part of a new series coinciding with the reopening of the Museum of Modern Art. The series, Currents: Re-Viewing Cineprobe, 1968-2002  will run October 24-November 20 and is made up of 25 programs representing upwards of 60 filmmakers and artists. Vintage: Families of Value will run with Alan Berliner's The Family Album as a program thinking about personal cinema & home movies as a significant area Cineprobe engaged over its three decades.

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Screening of Vintage: Families of Value at Berkley as part of No Regrets: A Celebration of Marlon Riggs

November 22 @ 7:00 pm
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2155 Center St
Berkeley, CA 94720 United States
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Marlon Riggs (1957–1994) was a graduate and professor at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism who employed the medium of video to engage critically with African American (and American) culture, representation, and identity. Celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of his 1989 video essay, Tongues Untied and nearing twenty-five years since the release of Black Is . . . Black Ain’t, this retrospective includes all of Riggs’s films along with works by filmmakers addressing similar issues in a variety of innovative ways.

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