VOICES: Salon Series I - In Her Voice: She Crossed the Line
60 Minute Running Time
Sat. March 22, 10:30 - 11:30am|RedlineLine|2350 Arapahoe Street, Denver CO 80205
FREE to the Public - This Event will Not be Ticketed
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The VOICES Salon Series is an exciting program dedicated to deepening the conversations about issues presented at the VOICES Film Festival. The series provides a venue for festival guests and the audience to gather together and talk face-to-face. It’s a fun way to engage with people in a more intimate setting and to learn more about the variety of topics presented during the festival.
She Crossed the Line is RedLine’s year-long exhibition series, which is the basis for this Salon. Set against the backdrop of the current exhibit by Chinese photographer Chen Man, you won’t want to miss this one! Several artists come together to discuss how they, or their subjects, have pushed boundaries to “cross the line”. In the documentary Her Aim is True, Director Karen Whitehead introduces us to pioneering rock band photographer, Jini Dellaccio, whose innovative images defined a generation of rock ‘n’ roll. The short documentary Playing House, is photographer Suzanne Heintz response to family and societal pressure to “get” married. 15 years ago, Suzanne bought a mannequin family and has been taking self-portraits with them ever since. Her satirical response, has recently gone viral on social media, with over a 1.3million hits to her Playing House trailer.
Her Aim is True:
Thu. March 20, 9:30pm – Director Karen Whitehead in person
Fri. March 21, 4:00pm - Director Karen Whitehead in person
Playing House is part of the Shorts Package Sisters are Doin’ it For Themselves
Fri. March 21, 9:30pm – Suzanne Heintz in person