Hampshire College aerial Fall 2015

2015-16 Lecture Series

Tashmoo Film Screening with Director Kivu Ruhorahoza :: Things of The Aimless Wanderer

Wednesday, March 9th at 7pm, JLC 120, Tashmoo Screening
Director will be present for Q&A
When the first explorers visited East Africa, the local Bantu populations called them "wazungu", from the verb "kuzunguka", to spin around, as a result of the explorers' propensity to get lost in their wanderings... A white man meets a black girl. Then the girl disappears. The white man tries to understand what happened to her and eventually finishes a travelogue.

Kivu Ruhorahoza is a Rwandese film director, writer and producer. He is internationally known for his feature film Grey Matter which won the Jury Special Mention for Best Emerging Filmmaker at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival and the Ecumenical Jury special mention at the 2011 Warsaw Film Festival. He also won the Grand Prize of the Tübingen French Film Festival, Best Director and Signis Award of the Cordoba African Film Festival and the Jury Special Prize of the Khouribga Film Festival in Morocco. 


The Tashmoo Lecture Series presents director Musa Syeed and his film Valley of Saints.
Screening followed by Q&A with director Musa Syeed

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 - 7:00 PM
Bill Brand Screening Room 120
Liebling Center

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