WOMEN WITH VISION


Emily Armstrong and Pat Ivers'
Nightclubbing Five: Danceteria Video Lounge

Film/Video
WOMEN WITH VISION: CROSSING BOUNDARIES
THROUGH THE WINDOW (ATRAVÉS DA JANELA)
NIGHTCLUBBING FIVE: DANCETERIA VIDEO LOUNGE


THURSDAY,
MARCH 29, 2001

AUDITORIUM



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



THROUGH THE WINDOW (ATRAVÉS DA JANELA)
7 PM, FREE

Directed by Tata Amaral
This powerful story reveals five days in the life of a retired nurse who lives with her 24-year-old son. Their complex relationship develops from one of affection bordering on eroticism to that of a mother's complicity in murder. 2000, Brazil, in Portuguese with English subtitles, 83 minutes.

PRECEDED BY:
LOVE/LETTERS AT DEATH: LESSONS IN SACRED GEOMETRY

Directed by Sandra Menefee Taylor and Claire Simonson
A collaboration between a visual artist and a filmmaker, both based in Minnesota, this collage film explores the processing of grief. 2000, U.S., video, 26 minutes.


NIGHTCLUBBING FIVE: DANCETERIA VIDEO LOUNGE
9 PM, $6 ($4 WALKER MEMBERS)

Directed by Emily Armstrong and Pat Ivers
The final installment in the Nightclubbing series is devoted to Danceteria, specifically to the video lounge downstairs from the fabled club's main stage. Like the 1980s clubgoers who didn't feel like watching the bands in the flesh upstairs, contemporary audiences can see some of these fine live performances on the screen. Featured are the Go-Go's, Suicide, Pylon, the Offs, the Suburbs, and many others. 1980, U.S., video, 67 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.