Thursday, February 15, 2007

You are invited to the premiere screening of "Embodied Revolution: A National Look at Gender Based and Body Conscious Activism," Friday, March 2nd!
The documentary highlights twenty different activists across the United States engaged in direct action, community organizing, performance art, and everyday revolution. Each tackle a variety of issues from gender stereotyping and discrimination to body image, fat identity, queer femme visibility, transgender rights, representations and objectifications of women in the media, safer communities, and more. An open panel discussion will follow with the filmmaker and friends featured in the documentary.
Local Asheville groups featured in the film include: Tranzmission and the Ashevegas Outlaws.
The soundtrack has also been composed by local band, hope and anchor (

Food and mingling at 6:30 in the Upper Fellowship Hall at Warren Wilson College, movie will start by 7pm--it's 90 minutes, the panel discussion will follow. Things should end between 9 and 9:30

$2-5 suggested donation (all money goes towards traveling with the film and distribution / no one turned away for lack of funds)


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