ICP and Anthology Film Archives continue their ongoing collaboration with Feminism(s), a film series that draws on themes explored in the ICP Museum’s exhibition Multiply, Identify, Her and ICP’s public programs series Dismantling the Gaze.
Like the exhibition and programming it draws inspiration from, Feminism(s) presents a spectrum of tones, styles, and media. From lowbrow genre film to critically acclaimed and experimental works, the media arts have long served as platforms for feminism and subversion. This series asks us to look across generations, popular film, and art, not to mark generalities of feminist making, but to highlight the multiplicities therein.
$11 General Admission
$9 Students and seniors
$7 ICP Members, AFA Members, and children (12 & under)
Please present your ICP Member card at the AFA box office when purchasing.
Please note, AFA does not sell advance tickets online. Tickets are available at AFA’s box office on the day of the show only. The box office opens 30 minutes before the first show of the day. There are no advance ticket sales.
See Anthology Film Archives for more information.
Friday, August 17
Saturday, August 18
Sunday, August 19
3:30 PM Feminism(s) on Popular Broadcast: Focus Television—Free Screening! (95 min)
6:15 PM Sex and Love in the 90s (70 min)
8:30 PM Portraiture and Personhood in Film and Video Art of the 21st Century (65 min)
Monday, August 20
7:30 PM Season of the Witch (104 min)
Tuesday, August 21
7:30 PM The Love Witch (120 min)
TOP IMAGE: Martha Rosler, Martha Rosler Reads Vogue, 1981. © Martha Rosler, Courtesy of Martha Rosler and Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York.