S&A’s Tambay Obenson, Producer Lisa Cortés In Conversation w/ Terri Francis At Yale On Sept. 5

S&A's Tambay Obenson, Producer Lisa Cortés In Conversation w/ Terri Francis At Yale On Sept. 5

This Wednesday, September 5th, at Yale University's Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium, our own Tambay Obenson will join Terri Francis (Associate Professor of Film and African American Studies at Yale University), producer Lisa Cortés (Precious, Shadowboxer, The Woodsman, and Yale alum, class of '82), in a post-screening conversation about Dee Rees' Pariah (which will be shown first at 7pm), *black cinema* (Hollywood and indie), and maybe more.

The event, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by: African American Studies, Association of Yale Alumni, Film Studies Program, Films at the Whitney supported by The Barbakow Fund for Innovative Film Programs at Yale, LGBT Studies, and the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism.

The Yale Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium is located at 53 Wall Street.

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Weird to do it with a movie from last year but I'm not mad at the luv from the Ivy League. Maybe you guys can post video from it. I'd like to see the conversation, not so much about Pariah but about whatever comes up about black cinema in general in this hollowed halls.

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