North African Film Fest: Women of the Maghreb

North African Film Fest: Women of the Maghreb
Exploded View MicroCinema
197 E. Toole St, Tucson, AZ
April 6, 2014
12:30-6:30 PM
Open and Free to the Public


The Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Arizona, in cooperation with Women’s Voices Now, will be screening a selection of five films about women in North Africa. Come to one or all of them!


12.30pm - Doors open; digital photography exhibit

1.00pm - Introduction: Christian Sinclair, assistant director, UA Center for Middle Eastern Studies; and Hafsa Oubou, graduate student, UA School of Middle Eastern & North African Studies, and member of the WVN Advisory Board.

1.10pm - Women’s Voices Now Film Festival Documentary (2011, 9m)

1.15pm - The Daughter of Keltoum (Algeria, 2001, 106m)

3.15pm - Avant-Propos (Tunisia, 2007, 16m)

3.35pm - You Can Dream (Morocco, 27m)

4.10pm - Behind Morocco, 4m)

4.20pm - Satin Rouge (Tunisia, 2002, 95m)

There will also be a digital display of photographs of the same theme. Photographs are from the Center for Middle Eastern Studies and orders will be taken for reprints.

April 06, 2014 at 12:30pm - 6:30pm
Museum of Contemporary Art
197 E Toole St
Tucson, AZ 85701
United States
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