THURSDAY / DECEMBER 7 / 6-8 PM
King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center Screening Room, 53 Washington Square South
FRANTZ FANON: BLACK SKIN, WHITE MASK (1995, 70 min, Dir: Isaac Julien, Prod: Mark Nash)
Director Isaac Julien’s recently restored film, produced by Mark Nash, examines Fanon’s theories of identity and race, and traces his involvement in the anti-colonial struggle in Algeria and throughout the world. Post-screening discussion: Awam Ampka (NYU Drama, Tisch School of the Arts/Social and Cultural Analysis, FAS) in conversation with Julien and Nash.
Co-sponsors: The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies