Bridgett M. Davis' 1996 film Naked Acts is the first feature written, directed, produced, and self-distributed by an African American woman. Davis and her creative partner, visual artist Renée Cox, will be present for a two-day workshop organized around the expressly Black feminist themes of the film and of their individual work in other media. This program was developed by the Black Film Center/Archive
and is made possible by a grant from the College of Arts & Humanitites Insitutute, and support from the College of Arts and Sciences; the Kinsey Institute; the Departments of American Studies, Gender Studies, English, and African American & African Diaspora Studies; the Creative Writing Program; and IU Cinema.
Naked Acts (1996) Directed by Bridgett M. Davis
Monday, September 29 – 7:00 p.m. –IU Cinema
Director Bridgett M. Davis and actress/artist Renée Cox are scheduled to be present.
Artist Talk with Renée Cox
Tuesday, September 30 – 10:30 AM – Indiana Memorial Union (IMU) Dogwood Room
Jorgensen Guest Lecture with Bridgett M. Davis and Renée Cox
Tuesday, September 30 – 3:00 p.m. - IU Cinema
Into the Go-Slow Reading/ Book Signing with Bridgett M. Davis
Tuesday, September 30 – 7PM – Boxcar Books (408 E. 6th Street)
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