THE HERETICS, co-presented by The Berkeley FILM Foundation and featuring a post-film Q&A with producer Crescent Diamond (Doc Night)
THE HERETICS uncovers the inside story of the Second Wave of the Women's Movement for the first time in a feature film. Joan Braderman, director and narrator, follows her dream of becoming a filmmaker to New York City in 1971. By chance, she joins a feminist art collective at the epicenter of the 1970's art world in lower Manhattan. In her first person account, THE HERETICS charts the history of a feminist collective from the inside out.
This showing of "The Heretics" features a post-film Q&A with producer Crescent Diamond.
This film is a co-presentation of The New Parkway and The Berkeley FILM Foundation.
To learn more about The Berkeley FILM Foundation please go to: www.berkeleyfilmfoundation.org
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