Women of Color Behind the Camera

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Date/Time: 08/12/2006 12:00 am

Yamina Benguigui will be in New York and will participate in two panel
discussions held during the 14th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival.
Women of Color Behind the Camera
Friday, December 8 @ 8:pm
Sheila Norman, dir. Reunion
Adaora Nwandu, dir. Rag Tag
Obolo Pascale, dir. Calypso at Dirty Jim’s
Yamina Benguigui, dir. The Glass Ceiling
Teachers College – Columbia University
525 West 120th street, room 177 Grace Dodge
Tickets: $6
Subway: 1/9 to 116th St
A map of the College area can be found here
NY African Diaspora Film Festival: http://nyadff.org
About the artist
Born in France to Algerian parents, film director Yamina Benguigui is
renown for her penetrating cinematic treatises on gender issues related to
the North African immigrant community in France, including the
documentaries Women of Islam (1994), Immigrant Memories: The North African
Inheritance (1997), The Perfumed Garden (2000), _Inch’Allah Sunday_
Her most recent film The Glass Ceiling (2005) was presented this year in