Fem Flicks is a free film series that explores how gender identities intersect with race/ethnicity, disability, sexuality, etc. A post discussion follows the film and is led by a member of UNT’s faculty or Denton community member. Fem Flicks is a collaboration between the Multicultural Center, the Media Library, and the Women’s and Gender Studies Program designed to provide information and educational opportunities about diversity and inclusion to the UNT community. Past films have included: Braveheart: The Lizzie Velazquez, No Mas Bebes, India’s Daughter, and much more!
All films are shown in the locations and at the times specified below.
Fall 2019 line-up:
Wednesday, October 16 - RAFIKI - University Union, Room 382 at 12 p.m Rafiki (Swahili for "friend") is a 2018 Kenyan drama film directed by Wanuri Kahiu. Rafiki is the story of romance that grows between two young women, Kena and Ziki, amidst family and political pressures around LGBT rights in Kenya.
Wednesday, November 13 - KEEP TALKING - University Union, Room 382 at 12 p.m.