FALL 2008 Film Screening 5:30 P.M Friday, Dec.5 McLane 121
Cineculture is a film series provided as a service to the Fresno State campus students, faculty, and staff, and community, at no charge. In addition, Cineculture is offered as a 3 unit academic course in the Mass Communication and Journalism Department.
MCJ 177T (37230) [Spring registration class number]
Dec. 5: Voices in Exile: Stories of Lesbian Mormons. This documentary by Sue Randall, tells the story of 8 LDS women, all with deep roots in the church, as they deal with coming out to the world and the church. According to the filmmaker, the women face "exile from their families and communities and . . . are brave enough to talk about it. For every woman I asked to be in the film, one agreed and one didn’t agree because it’s very frightening." Shot entirely in Eastern Idaho, this film is filled with teas, laughter and religious realizations. 49 min.
Post screening discussants: Dr. Elizabeth Swearingen & Dr. Kathy Adams. Cineculture Club promotes cultural awareness through film and post-screening discussions.
For more information:
CineCulture Club: http://cineculture.csufresno.edu/ Fresno Filmworks: http://www.fresnofilmworks.org/
Club President: Roxanne Villaluz email@example.com Faculty Advisor: Mary Husain firstname.lastname@example.org