A Spike Lee-Terence Blanchard Film Festival

Tuesday, February 1, 2005 - 12:00pm

 

Beginning on Jan. 26th, the Center for Africana Studies will be conducting a retrospective on the film and career of filmmaker, Spike Lee. The Retrospective will culminate with a keynote address by Mr. Lee on Feb. 2nd in Zellerbach Theatre at the Annenberg Center (admission is free, but audience members must reserve a ticket for admission which can be picked up prior to the talk and presented for admission) and a panel discussion on Feb. 3rd involving noted film scholars and cultural critics, Manthia Diawara, Valerie Smith, Clyde Taylor, Louis Massiah, Coco Fusco, and Michael Eric Dyson who will discuss Mr. Lee's impact on American cinema.

In conjunction with Terence Blanchard's March 4 performance and the Center for Africana Studies presentation of Spike Lee on February 2, Cinema Studies invites you to "A Spike Lee-Terence Blanchard Film Festival" featuring pre-show lectures presented by a roster of noted film scholars and musicians.

Tuesday, February 1:
6:30 pm - Pre-screening talk by Timothy Corrigan, Penn's Cinema Studies
7:00 pm - Do the Right Thing

Wednesday, February 2:
Spike Lee in person
5:30 pm

Thursday, February 3:
Spike Lee: A Retrospective
A panel discussion with film scholars and cultural critics: Manthia Diawara, Coco Fusco, Louis Massiah, Valerie Smith and Clyde Taylor
5:30 pm

Monday, February 28
6:30 pm - Pre-screening talk by Guthrie Ramsey, Penn's Music
7:00 pm - Mo' Better Blues

Tuesday, March 1:
6:30 pm - Pre-screening talk by Herman Beavers, Penn's Africana Studies
7:00 pm - Clockers

Wednesday, March 2:
6:30 pm - Pre-screening talk by Peter Decherney, Penn's Cinema Studies
7:00 pm - 25th Hour

Thursday, March 3:
6:30 pm - Pre-screening talk by Donald Boogle, Penn's Africana Studies
7:00 pm - Malcolm X

Friday, March 4:
Terence Blanchard & His Band
5:30 pm

 

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