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Sat, Jun 19|
Dance Film Premiere: ÌBÀ OBÍNRIN
A film celebrating womanhood, ancestry, and Black traditional practices as part of the REFRAME / REMNANT / RITUAL film festival.
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Time & Location
Jun 19, 2021, 3:00 PM
About the Event
ÌBÀ OBÍNRIN (by Tamara Willaims) is an investigation of the influences of ritual, nature and place in Black women’s traditional practices to care for community. Four women take the audience through a journey of movement gestures and situations that narrate how water is used to heal, elements of the earth are used to cleanse, and wind is used to transform in sacred traditions of the Black women in the south. The film premieres on Juneteenth as part of the NCC Akron's REFRAME / REMNANT / RITUAL film festival with new films by Cara Hagan (Boone, NC), Ananya Chatterjea (Minneapolis, MN), Paloma McGregor (New York, NY/St. Croix, USVI), and Tamara (Fákẹ́mi) Williams (Charlotte, NC).
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