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Black Perspectives Special Program – Beyond the Frame
- United States
This suite of films explores the fusion of the natural world and cultural narratives, as well as the limitless possibilities of creative expression and transcending convention. Featuring works by Bronzeville Collective and Claude-Aline T Nazaire-Miller.
The community-made collage Chronicle of a Summer Day (U.S.) offers a poetic glimpse into John Caleb Pendleton’s Juneteenth floral installation of remembrance and celebration. Artist Nick Cave prepares for a career-spanning exhibition and a groundbreaking fashion performance celebrating gender identity in 376 Days (Nick Cave: Keep it Movin’) (U.S.).
Special GuestsScheduled to attend: 376 Days director Claude-Aline T Nazaire-Miller and subject Nick Cave;
Chronicle of a Summer Day producer Kira Helm and subject John Caleb Pendleton
Black Perspectives Program Sponsor
Wednesday, October 18, 2023
-   52 minutes
Gene Siskel Film Center
164 N State St
Chicago, IL 60601
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