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FILM SCREENINGS

<i>Afsan's Long Day (The Young Man Was, Part 2)</i>. 2014. Bangladesh/USA. Directed by Naeem Mohaiemen. Courtesy of the Filmmaker. Pictured: Dhaka protester attacked by police, 1970s
  • Rankin Street, 1953

    2013. Bangladesh/USA. Naeem Mohaiemen. 8 min.

  • Der Weisse Engel

    2011. Bangladesh/USA. Naeem Mohaiemen. 8 min.

  • Afsan’s Long Day (The Young Man Was, Part 2)

    2014. Bangladesh/USA. Naeem Mohaiemen. 39 min.

and more

Followed by a discussion with Naeem Mohaiemen and Dana Spiotta, author of Eat the Document: A Novel

Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 7:00 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • Rankin Street, 1953

    2013. Bangladesh/USA. Directed by Naeem Mohaiemen. 8 min.

  • Der Weisse Engel

    2011. Bangladesh/USA. Directed by Naeem Mohaiemen. 8 min.

  • Afsan’s Long Day (The Young Man Was, Part 2)

    2014. Bangladesh/USA. Directed by Naeem Mohaiemen. Mohaiemen's work explores radical politics of the 1970s. This new essay film, a follow-up to his United Red Army (The Young Man Was, Part 1), looks at the dissolution of the Left and makes connections between German radicalism and Bangladeshi activist politics. World premiere. 39 min.