Film Screening: Bones of Contention
Bones of Contention
A Film by Andrea Weiss
Bones of Contention, is a feature documentary on the historical memory movement in Spain and the unknown story of LGBTQ+ repression under the Franco dictatorship. What happened to LGBTQ+ people during Spain's fascist regime? This film uncovers their stories and breaks their silence for the first time. The film premiered in the Berlin Film Festival and is currently on the film festival circuit worldwide.
CCNY's Professor of Media and Communication Arts, Andrea Weiss, is an internationally acclaimed documentary film maker and non fiction author. Other film credits include Escape To Life, Seed of Sarah, Paris Was A Woman, International Sweethearts Of Rhythm, Tiny & Ruby, A Bit of Scarlet, and Before Stonewall (for which she won an Emmy Award).
Tuesday, May 3, 2022
12:30pm - 2:30PM
Shepard Hall, ROOM 291 AND ZOOM
In-Person RSVP (Limited Space): https://tinyurl.com/bonesoc1
Zoom RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/bonesoc2
For more information, contact LGBTQ@ccny.cuny.edu
This event is made possible through the generous support of LaGuardia Community College and the New York City Council through the offices of Council Member Daniel Dromm (District 25) and Speaker Corey Johnson.