Nina Lorez Collins, daughter of the late Kathleen Collins, whose masterwork Losing Ground was the great rediscovered film of 2015, will read selections from a new book of her mother’s writing, Notes from a Black Woman’s Diary. The reading and an informal discussion will be followed by a screening of Losing Ground. Copies of Notes from a Black Woman’s Diary will be availble for purchase, as well as Whatever Happened to Interracial Love?, Collins’ 2016 collection of her mother’s stories.
6:00 pm Reading by Nina Lorez Collins from Notes from a Black Woman’s Diary
7:00 pm Screening of Kathleen Collins’ Losing Ground (1982)
Presented by the Black Film Center/Archive and hosted by the Moving Image Archive Screening Room.
*This event is free, but ticketed, and open to the public.
*The Screening Room temperature tends to run cool, so please remember to bring a jacket or sweater.
*No food or drink is permitted in the Screening Room.