Beginning with a reflection on the early AIDS epidemic, Jim Hodges’ collaborative film Untitled eschews linear narrative to introduce a fractious timeline, moving from the sublime to the tragic and back again. By juxtaposing mainstream network news, activist footage, artists’ works, and popular entertainment from the last turbulent decades, the film references regimes of power that precipitated a generation of AIDS and queer activism which continues today. (2010, Dir. J. Hodges, C. Marques da Cruz and E. King, 60 min.)
Thursday, October 16, 7:30PM
Thursday, October 23, 1:30PM
Tuesday, October 28, 2:30PM
Thursday, October 30, 1:30PM
Sunday, November 2, 11:30AM
Wednesday, November 19, 4:00PM
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Location: Billy Wilder Theater
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