Two Portraits of Extraordinary Women

Friday, February 11, 2011, 8:00 p.m.

Theater 1 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1), T1

Includes the following films:

  • A Look at Liv

    1977. USA. Directed by Richard Kaplan. Screenplay by Kaplan, Jerry Winters. Also known as Liv Ullmann’s Norway, Kaplan’s film marks the first time the acclaimed actress and writer allowed a filmmaker access to her personal life, including her relationship with Ingmar Bergman. Ullmann, a perceptive commentator on the human condition, discusses how her national heritage influenced her. 67 min.

  • Happy Birthday, Mrs. Craig!

    1971. USA. Directed by Richard Kaplan. Celebrating the life and family of Mrs. Lulu Sadler Craig—an African American woman whose struggle and triumph came to characterize aspects of the American experience—on the occasion of her 102nd birthday. 54 min.

In the Film exhibition Richard Kaplan: Wayfarer and Truth-Teller

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