Black Audio Film Collective Screening and Discussion Series
FALL 2014
September 26-28, 2014
October 3-4, 2014

PARKING INFORMATION FOR ALL EVENTS CAN BE FOUND HERE

The schedule is as follows:

FIRST WEEKEND

Friday, September 26, Kopleff Recital Hall, 6pm

EXPEDITIONS ONE: SIGNS OF EMPIRE
EXPEDITIONS TWO: IMAGES OF NATIONALITY (1982-1984)
35mm Kodak tape slide – 44 min

TESTAMENT (1988)
16mm color film – 77 min
TRT: 121

Introduction by David Lawson of Smoking Dogs Films (former BAFC member) following the screenings.

8:30 – 10:30pm – Opening Reception at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Q&A with David Lawson

Saturday, September 27, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Special Events Room, 3pm

Lecture by Eddie Chambers, Associate Professor of Art History, UT Austin
“Visualizing the Struggle of Black Britain”

Saturday, September 27, Kopleff Auditorium, 6pm

WHO NEEDS A HEART? (1991)
16mm color film  – 78 min

HANDSWORTH SONGS (1986)
16 mm color film – 59 min
TRT: 137

Introduction by Eddie Chambers, Associate Professor of Art History, UT Austin and panel discussion with David Lawson following the screenings.

Sunday, September 28, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Special Events Room, 2pm

TWILIGHT CITY (1989)
16mm  – 52 min

MYSTERIES OF JULY (1991)
16mm color film – 54 min
TRT: 106

Introduction and Q&A with David Lawson following the screenings.

SECOND WEEKEND

Thursday, October 2, Georgia Institute of Technology Student Center Theater, 350 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332, 6pm

Lecture by Kara Keeling, Associate Professor of Critical Studies and American Studies and Ethnicity at USC, Title TBA

Friday, October 3, Kopleff Auditorium, 6pm

SEVEN SONGS FOR MALCOLM X (1993)
16mm color – 53 min

3 SONGS ON PAIN, LIGHT AND TIME  (1995)
Video – 25 minutes
TRT: 78

Saturday, October 4, Kopleff Auditorium, 6pm

DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING: DAYS OF HOPE (1997)
Video – 60 minutes

THE LAST ANGEL OF HISTORY (1995)
Video – 45 min

MEMORY ROOM 451 (1997)
Video – 22 minutes
TRT: 127

Introduction and Q&A with Kara Keeling