Feminist Fright Fest

The purpose of our Feminist Fright Fest is to build bridges between and raise feminist consciousness among the KU and Lawrence communities using the popularity of the horror film genre. Participants will learn how to analyze horror films using an intersectional feminist perspective. The objective is to promote critical thinking and respectful discussion skills by offering participants the opportunity to engage with people of varied backgrounds and perspectives.

 

Wednesdays, 7 - 9:30 pm

FEMINIST FRIGHT FEST

Lawrence Public Library, Auditorium

707 Vermont Street

 

October 2nd

Night of the Living Dead (1968)

 

October 9th

Sisters (1973)

 

October 16th

Blackenstein (1973)

 

October 23rd

Black Christmas (1974)

 

October 30th

The Brood (1979)

 

 

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