WOMEN WITH VISION


Tara Spartz' I Hate Babysitting
Film/Video
WOMEN WITH VISION: CROSSING BOUNDARIES
I HATE BABYSITTING
NIGHTCLUBBING FOUR: ROOTS OF HARDCORE


THURSDAY,
MARCH 22, 2001

AUDITORIUM



WOMEN WITH VISION
MARCH:
2 | 3 | 7 | 8 | 10 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31



I HATE BABYSITTING
7 PM, FREE

Directed by Tara Spartz
Coon Rapids, Minnesota, is the setting for Tara Spartz's coming-of-age teen comedy. When their baby-sitting jobs get in the way of plans for a wild back-to-school party, these undaunted teenage girls find a way to work around it. 2000, U.S., video, 64 minutes.
PRECEDED BY:
SECOND GRADE

Directed by Josie Winship
This short memoir about second grade sets the record straight about who is the weaker sex. 2000, U.S. video, 2 minutes.

NIGHTCLUBBING FOUR: ROOTS OF HARDCORE
9 PM, $6 ($4 WALKER MEMBERS)

Directed by Emily Armstrong and Pat Ivers
In this fourth Nightclubbing installment, the New York scene becomes more visceral, antagonistic, and a whole lot louder. Action-packed, thrilling footage from the Heartbreakers, the Dead Boys, the Dead Kennedys, and an absolutely amazing clip of Bad Brains (at CBGB's the week they moved to New York) makes this the film in the series most likely to make you leap out of your seat. 1975-1979, U.S., video, 63 minutes.




WOMEN WITH VISION: CROSSING BOUNDARIES IS MADE POSSIBLE BY GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM THE MINNESOTA WOMEN'S FOUNDATION AND THE BUSH FOUNDATION, WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FROM THE MINNESOTA FILM BOARD.