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frame work

A Six-Part Screening Series of Russian and American Women Filmmakers

March 8 – April 12, 2021

 

Frame Work

A Six-Part Screening Series of Russian and American Women Filmmakers

Mondays / March 8 - April 12, 2021

March 8, 2021: Time: 6 pm -7:30 pm Moscow Time (Russia) / 10:00 am - 11:30 am Eastern Time (USA)

March 15 - April, 12, 2021: Time: 6 pm -7:30 pm Moscow Time (Russia) / 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Eastern Time (USA)

In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, 2021, the Forum for Cultural Engagement, the United States Embassy and the American Center in Moscow will launch Frame Work, a six-part screening series featuring short films by Russian and American women filmmakers with a post-screening discussion facilitated by a moderator with the two filmmakers. Translation will be provided.

The screenings present unique pairings of films by Russian and American women filmmakers showcasing diverse narrative, experimental, documentary, and animation films. The moderators facilitating the discussion with the filmmakers include film scholars, film writers and critics and literary writers.

Frame Work is an initiative of the Forum for Cultural Engagement.

 

Curated by Cynthia Madansky.

“Eight Images from the Life of Nastya Sokolova” by Vladlena Sandu and Alena Kotova & “Three Songs About Liberation” by Cauleen Smith.

Register for the March 8 6pm Zoom session >

“Focus on Breathing” by Lyaisan Yunusova & “Stranger Baby” by Lana Lin.

Register for the March 15 6pm Livestream to AMC Facebook/YouTube >

“Grey” by Daria Lixaya & “Optimism” by Deborah Stratman.

Register for the March 22 6pm Zoom session >

“Drake, Rope, and Acorn” by Alina Titorenko & “How to Fix the World” by Jacqueline Goss.

Register for the March 29 6pm Livestream to AMC Facebook/YouTube >

“Vera” by Yana Sariadi & “Yá’át’ééh Abiní” by Morningstar Angeline.

Register for the April 5 6pm Livestream to AMC Facebook/YouTube >

“Slalåm” by Anastasia Vorotnikova & “All Water Has a Perfect Memory”by Natalia Almada.

Register for the April 12 6pm Livestream to AMC Facebook/YouTube >

Unique pairings of films by Russian and American women filmmakers

The moderators facilitating the discussion with the filmmakers include film scholars, film writers and critics and literary writers. Translation will be provided. 

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