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Art, Activism and Analysis
Date Wednesday February 20
Time 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location Details
USF, Lone Mountain Campus (Turk @ Parker)
Room 100
Event Type Panel Discussion
Organizer/Author
PAPER TIGER TELEVISION

New Directions in Radical Documentary
Screenings of new Paper Tiger Retrospective &
Panel of Three Generations of Radical Documentary Makers

Wednesday, February 20, 2008
5:30 -8:00 p.m.
Lone Mountain 100 (Handlery Room)

Featuring:
Maria Juliana Byck (Paper Tiger Television)
Sam Green (Media Studies & Weather Underground)
Madeleine Lim (Media Studies & Queer Women of Color Film Festival)
David Binegar (USF TV)
Eloise-Rose Lee (Film-maker & Media Alliance)
Dorothy Kidd, Moderator (Dept. of Media Studies)

Join us to view a retrospective of Paper Tiger, one of the longest-running radical documentary making collectives in the US. Paper Tiger specialized in video that challenges corporate media ideas, highlighting voices and issues that are absent from mainstream information sources. They have been creating fun, funky, hard-hitting, investigative, compelling and truly alternative media since 1981!
The panel includes representatives from three generations of radical documentary makers, who discuss the contribution of Paper Tiger, and the current challenges and openings in contemporary documentary.

For more information, contact Dorothy Kidd, 415-422-5061, kiddd [at] usfca.edu
Added to the calendar on Sunday Feb 3rd, 2008 9:09 PM
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