Chicks Make Flicks: Louise Bourque
Chicks Make Flicks: Film Screening and Discussion: Selected Experimental Works by Louise Bourque.
Thursday, December 14 @ 7:00PM
She is an Acadian French Canadian filmmaker working and living in the Boston area where she teaches cinema. Bourque's work has been presented in more than twenty-fix countries, and broadcast on PBS and on the Sundance Channel. her films have screened at The Whitney Museum of American Art, the San Francisco Internation Film Festival, The Toronto Internation Film Festival, and the International Film Festival Rotterdam on several occasions.
Brought to you by the MIT Program in Women's Studies and Women in Film/Video New England.
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