BEACH FILM CLUB: virtual discussion on "Eve’s Bayou"
BEACH FILM CLUB: Bi-monthly film series!
Watch films at your leisure in advance and then join the virtual discussions led by Shannon Skelton, Assistant Professor at K-State School of Music, Theatre and Dance.
Theme: Women Behind the Camera
Feb 24, 2021, 7:30 p.m. Central Time (US and Canada)
Virtual discussion on Eve’s Bayou (US), 1997
Director: Kasi Lemons
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, iTunes
The Louisiana Delta, circa 1962. A young African-American girl witnesses an event – but what did she see? Kasi Lemons’ modern-day classic combines Southern Gothic and suspense tropes with the power of legend and voodoo to concoct a brilliant depiction of a young girl awakening to the various realities and truths of adulthood.
Join the free program via Zoom. To register in advance, go to: https://ksu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYvceytqzwuG9ZXOHheQVmXQPNsFYj5tBMc
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the program.
BEACH FILM CLUB Themes:
Women Behind the Camera: a collection of films and provocative works by female directors that will inspire intriguing discussions.
Perspectives: films exploring territories where the real and perceived unreal collide, challenging the viewer to question their own viewpoints and assumptions.
This virtual event is part of the Beach Museum of Art's annual program series, Art in Motion: a tribute to Marianna’s love for lifelong learning! Marianna Kistler Beach believed in the value of art and the importance of cross-cultural understanding. The museum offers the Art in Motion programs in celebration of her work and leadership.
Wednesday, February 24 at 7:30pm to 8:30pm