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Ouvrir La Voix: Un documentaire sur les femmes noires issues de l'histoire coloniale européenne en Afrique et aux Antilles

 

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 -
12:00 to 15:00
Speaker: 
Amandine Gay

In light of this event's popularity, please note that only those who have registered online will be admitted.
We do not guarantee that unregistered people will be able to view the film.

*Please note that this film and talk will be presented in French.

Ouvrir La Voix est un documentaire sur les femmes noires issues de l'histoire coloniale européenne en Afrique et aux Antilles. Le film est centré sur l'expérience de la différence en tant que femme noire et des clichés spécifiques liés à ces deux dimensions indissociables de notre identité "femme" et "noire". Il y est notamment question des intersections de discriminations, d'art, de la pluralité de nos parcours de vies et de la nécessité de se réapproprier la narration. Le film est d’une durée de deux heures et sera suivi d’une discussion avec la réalisatrice.

Amandine Gay is a Montreal-based Afrofeminist filmmaker, activist, and journalist. Following her graduation from the Institute of Political Science in Lyon with a masters in communication, Amandine Gay joined the Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris 16 and began performing in theatre, film and television. Since 2012, Amandine has been working as a screenwriter, making her directorial debut with her documentary, Speak Up/Make Your Way, a feature-length Afrofeminist documentary on European Black francophone women. She is also a contributor to the information website, Slate.fr. Most recently, Amandine authored the preface of the first French translation of bell hooks' seminal, Ain't I A Woman. Amandine is currently living in Montreal, completing her second master's degree, in sociology, focusing on transracial adoption. You can follow her in French and English as @OrpheoNegra.

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