The completion of Parmar’s new documentary, My Name Is Andrea, an essential and timely corrective to the historical record concerning the late writer and activist Andrea Dworkin, provides a welcome opportunity to invite Parmar to share her work at BAMPFA.Read full description
My Name Is Andrea
A Place of Rage
This essential and timely corrective to the understanding and legacy of the late writer and activist Andrea Dworkin, described by John Berger as “perhaps the most misrepresented writer in the Western world,” “traces pivotal moments in the life of a fearless fighter” (Lucy Mukerjee, Tribeca Film Festival).
Pratibha Parmar and Irene Lusztig in Conversation
A fierce and loving assessment of the social movements of the 1960s from the vantage point of the 1990s culture wars, featuring three influential Black feminist intellectuals: Angela Y. Davis, Alice Walker, and June Jordan. Screening with Sari Red and Khush.
Pratibha Parmar and Paola Bacchetta in Conversation