UB Humanities Institute/Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program Film Series: INNER WOUND REAL (dir. Carrie Hawks) and WORK (dir. April Maxey)
Presented by the UB Humanities Institute in collaboration with the UB Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program.
Please join us as we honor Pride Month (observed early for the academic schedule) with screenings of Inner Wound Real, an animated short by Carrie Hawks, and Work, a short film by April Maxey. This event is free and open to the public.
6:00 pm | Reception | complimentary food from Southern Junction BBQ with cash beer & wine bar
7:00 pm | Screenings | Inner Wound Real (dir. Carrie Hawks, 15 mins., 2022) and Work (dir. April Maxey, 13 mins., 2022)
The screenings will be followed by an in person conversation with Carrie Hawks and April Maxey.
About Inner Wound Real
“Inner Wound Real relays the story of three BIPOC folks who self-injure, then find new ways to cope. The animated documentary short has 3 different visual styles, one for each participant.” (from Carrie Hawks’s website)
“Unable to move on from a breakup, Gabriela impulsively drops into an old job, where she unexpectedly runs into a friend from her past.” (from April Maxey’s website)
These screenings are part of a series of films presented by the UB Humanities Institute in conjunction with the UB Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program. Screenings will be held monthly at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center from February through May. Please visit the Humanities Institute calendar for details.
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