Visions of the Monstrous-Feminine: A Horror Film Series
During Free First Thursday at the CMA, take in a screening of short film Suicide by Sunlight (2018) in the CMA Theater.
Since the Gothic horror era, vampires like Dracula and Carmilla have represented fears of racial and sexual otherness — antisemitic sentiments and anxieties about female power and queer sexualities. Vampires have also embodied white supremacy in the form of pale, aristocratic Europeans who seduce and feed upon exploited mortals — think Miriam Blaylock from The Hunger. In the 1970s, Black directors brought the first Black vampires to the screen in Blacula and Ganja and Hess. In SuicideView more
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- Oct 6, 2022 at 06:30 pm - 07:00 pm (Thu)
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