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Drawing the Tiger
DRAWING THE TIGER

Golden Gate Girls
GOLDEN GATE GIRLS

Winning Girl
WINNING GIRL

Slaying the Dragon Reloaded
SLAYING THE DRAGON: RELOADED

Playing with Fire
PLAYING WITH FIRE

People are the Sky
PEOPLE ARE THE SKY

    Mulberry Child    
MULBERRY CHILD

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FORGETTING VIETNAM
 

The newest title from influential feminist theorist and filmmaker Trinh T. Minh-ha (SURNAME VIET GIVEN NAME NAM),   FORGETTING VIETNAM  is a  lyrical film essay commemorating the 40th anniversary of the end of the war. T he film draws inspiration from an ancient myth that Vietnam was created by a fight between two dragons whose interwined bodies fell into the South China Sea and formed the country's curving S-shaped coastline. This legend informs every aspect of Vietnamese culture. In FORGETTING VIETNAM , images of contemporary life unfold as a dialogue between land and water - two spaces that form the term "country." F ragments of text and song evoke traces of trauma of international proportions. The third space is one of historical and cultural re-memory in which insight from local inhabitants, immigrants, and veterans from an extremely divisive war remember yesterday's stories, and comment on today's events.

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Also available is Minha-ha's new book "LOVECIDAL: Walking with the Disappeared" from the Fordham University Press. 

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