Friday, September 6th--2 screenings (11:30am & 4:00pm)
11:30-1:15 PM: Screening (Wells Library 048)
En Residence Surveillée [Under House Arrest] (Vieyra, 1981, 102min)
4-6 PM: Screenings (Wells Library 048)
L’envers Du Décor [Behind the Scenes] (Vieyra, 1981, 16min).
Ceddo (Ousmane Sembène, 1977, 112min)
P.S. Vieyra: Pioneer of African Cinemas, Filmmaker, Producer and Historian Workshop gathers a variety of thinkers to discuss Paulin Vieyra’s legacy. Over two days scholars, critics, archivists, and librarians convene to learn the scope and condition of Vieyra’s papers and audiovisual media and reflect on the potential of accessioning his materials at IU where they would be housed alongside his collaborator Ousmane Sembène. The day is organized around specific aspects of Vieyra’s career and proceeds through semi-informal roundtables. Each participant contributes a 10-minute presentation before opening up the topic for wider conversation.
Vincent Bouchard, Associate Professor, Francophone and African Studies
Terri Francis, Associate Professor, Cinema and Media Studies in The Media School and Director, Black Film Center/Archive
Coordinators: Claire Fouchereaux, Dana Vanderburgh
This event is made possible through the support of the College Arts and Humanities Institute (CAHI), the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), the Black Film Center/Archive, the Department of French and Italian (FRIT), the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (DEMA), the IU Libraries Moving Image Archive Screening Room and the African Studies Program (ASP) at Indiana University.