MIT Visiting Artists John Akomfrah and Lina Gopaul present two films


The films of John Akomfrah and Lina Gopaul, founders of the influential Black Audio Film Collective, are the catalyst for an exploration of the overarching theme of "cinematic migrations."

On Monday, October 29, due to Hurricane Sandy, the MIT campus will be closed. The film Handsworth Songs will be screened Tuesday evening instead, together with The Nine Muses.

New Schedule: Film screenings and discussion with John Akomfrah, Lina Gopaul, and Renée Green

Documentary forms and reconsidering Handsworth Songs
Film screening and conversation
The Nine Muses
Film screening and conversation
 Renée Green, moderator

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
7:00pm | Bartos Theater E15-070
20 Ames Street, Cambridge, MA
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FREE and open to the public | Register for tickets

Cinematic Migrations is a two-year collaborative research project co-presented by the MIT Visiting Artist Program and initiated by Renée Green (Free Agent Media), the MIT Program in Art Culture and Technology, Comparative Media Studies and the Open Documentary Lab.


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