Join us at hybrid and virtual events for the third week of FLEFF, with book launches, feature film sneak peek, and an award-winning new media archive project.
The events for the third week offer a range of polyphonies: Hollywood and the counterculture; public executions in the South, a film about political organizing in California, a memoir of life in many global cities, and an innovative project restoring voice and provenance to films about Southwest native people. April 3-7
ROAD TRIP TO NOWHERE Book Launch
ROAD TRIP TO NOWHERE: HOLLYWOOD ENCOUNTERS THE COUNTERCULTURE launch, special performance and author conversation
THE END OF PUBLIC EXECUTION book launch
THE END OF PUBLIC EXECUTION: RACE, RELIGION, AND PUNISHMENT IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, international book launch
Master Class on Political Documentary
Learn how long-form documentaries are made collaboratively and in new forms. An esteemed director talks collaboration.
WE TAKE OUR CITIES WITH US book launch
The international book launch of this compelling memoir of living in many places. Conversation with the author.
Tribesourcing Southwest Film
A session with members of an archival project to restore Native people's voices in new narrations of films of the region