Friday 14th August 2020, 7pm-8pm BST (2pm-3pm EST, 12pm-1pm PST).
The video of our Zoom Q&A with Pratibha Parmar and Lola Olufemi is available here, with subtitles via the [CC] button on the Vimeo player. You can also read and download a transcript of the conversation as a PDF.
The saved Zoom chat is available here with links to Parmar’s work and recommendations. And we have the interview with June Jordan as mentioned, which appeared in Feminist Review, available for download as a PDF.
- Find our speaker bios here.
- Read Irenosen Okojie’s response to the film here.
- If you joined us for this, or for any of the events or screenings, please take a moment to let us and our funders Film Feels Connected know what you thought of our programming via their survey.
This event was free. We would like to suggest donating to and/or sharing the crowdfunder for Sistah Space, a Hackney-based charity dedicated to supporting African & Caribbean heritage woman and girls affected by domestic and sexual abuse. Please sign and share the petition asking the Mayor of Hackney to help Sistah Space stay in their current building.
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This Q&A is part of a weekend-long programme of films, live online events and new writing centring A Place of Rage (Pratibha Parmar, 1991).
The film is available to rent here at the discounted price of £8.00/$9.99 for the foreseeable future, thanks to the filmmaker and Kali Films! Closed captioning is available via the [CC] button on the player.
This programme is part of Film FeelsConnected, a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. Explore all films and events at filmfeels.co.uk.