Film Screening: The Psychosis of Whiteness with Director Q&AThis documentary explores cinematic representations and society's perception of slavery, race and racism. Join LSBU for this screening
About this event
|Event Name||Film Screening: The Psychosis of Whiteness with Director Q&A|
|Start Date||9th May 2019 5:00pm|
|End Date||9th May 2019 7:00pm|
As part of the on-going events organised for Black history, EquiNet presents this thought-provoking documentary which raises difficult questions about the relationship between history, memory, representation and power. In light of calls to decolonise culture, the film makes a series of interventions regarding the role cinema plays in shaping ideas about race - ideas which have their roots in the history of transatlantic slavery. The event includes a discussion with the film's director Eugene Nulman (Birmingham City University.