In the early 1970s, lesbian feminists in the US invented the utopian concept of complete separation of women from male dominated society. Ramzi Fawaz, associate professor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will explore how the films Zardoz (1974) and Born in Flames (1983) visually imagined what a separatist society might look like and discuss the imaginative critiques of lesbian feminist values that experimental cinema offered.

Světozor, Malý sál
Nov. 13, 6:30 p.m.
admission: free

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