Before the film, local artist Lani Asuncion will perform her piece BLOODLESS on the stage of the Remis Auditorium. Like Narcissister, Asuncion frequently explores her heritage and intersectional identity in her work. BLOODLESS is about what lead to the annexation of the nation of Hawai’i in 1893, when Queen Lili’uokalani stepped down from power to allow the American sugar planters under Sanford Ballard Dole (currently known as Dole Food Company) backed by the U.S. military to establish a new provincial government with Dole as president. Asuncion’s father was born and raised on one of these implemented sugar plantations, and this connection has influenced her life and work.
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We're honored to be co-presenting several screenings as part of the annual Boston French Film Festival! Come and see films by some of our favorite French filmmakers like Agnes Varda (FACES/PLACES) and Clair Denis (LET THE SUNSHINE IN)! Check it out here for info on our films and more!