Location: Floor Three, Susan and John Hess Family Gallery and Theater
Everson’s recent short films continue to challenge distinctions between documentary and fiction by employing narrative devices, artifice, and reenactments of histories to reveal incisive observations on race and the socio-economic conditions of African American life.
April 8: 2 and 5 pm
April 9: 3 pm
Screening followed by a conversation with Kevin Jerome Everson; Claudrena N. Harold, co-director of Fastest Man in the State; and Michael Gillespie, Associate Professor of Film, City College of New York, and author of Film Blackness: American Cinema and the Idea of Black Film
Kevin Jerome Everson (b.1965), Sound That, 2014
Ears, Nose and Throat, 2016
Lost Nothing, 2016
Kevin Jerome Everson and Claudrena Harold (b. 1976), Fastest Man in the State, 2017
Tickets are required ($12 adults, students, and seniors; free for members). Doors open thirty minutes before the program begins. Ticket holders are guaranteed admission until the start of the program, at which time any unclaimed seats will be released.