November 23-In Visible Colours — a micro screening of history

In Vis­i­ble Colours — a micro screen­ing of his­to­ry
Part of the Oth­er Places Book Launch Series
Pro­gram­mer Zain­ub Ver­jee in Atten­dance

Sat­ur­day Novem­ber 23 6:00PM 
Jack­man Hall, 317 Dun­das Street West, Toron­to, ON
Free event

More infor­ma­tion at: otherplaces.mano-ramo.ca

Black Moth­er Black Daugh­ter, Sylvia Hamil­ton and Claire Pri­eto, Pro­duc­tion Still, Women’s Day Ser­vice, North Pre­ston, Nova Sco­tia. Left to Right: Co-direc­tor Sylvia D. Hamil­ton, Elders, Dr. Ruth John­son and Dr. Marie Hamil­ton, the filmmaker’s moth­er.

Fea­tur­ing:

Peace for Sebas­t­ian Aceve­do / Paz Para Sebas­t­ian Aceve­do, Lot­ty Rosen­feld, 1985,  3min, Chile

Sari Red, Prat­i­b­ha Par­mar, 1983, 12min, UK

Eyes Skinned, Mona Hatoum, 1988, 4min, UK

Doc­tor, Lawyer, Indi­an Chief, Car­ol Ged­des, 1986, 29min, Cana­da

Black Moth­er Black Daugh­ter,  Sylvia Hamil­ton and Claire Pri­eto, 1989, 29min, Cana­da

Cel­e­brat­ing 30 years since the In Vis­i­ble Colours Women of Colour and Third World Women Inter­na­tion­al Film and Video Fes­ti­val and Sym­po­sium was held in Van­cou­ver this pro­gram revis­its some of the sem­i­nal works pre­sent­ed as part of IVC.