THE SKIN I’M IN screens at Visible Evidence XIX

National Film and Sound Archive at ANU in Canberra, Australia

Lively discussion around THE SKIN I’M IN after its screening at VISIBLE EVIDENCE XIX this afternoon. Screened in a beautiful art deco theater at the National Film and Sound Archive on the Australia National University campus in Canberra.

Visible Evidence is an amazing conference of documentary practitioners and scholars from around the world, convening for four days annually to present critical papers, screen works, and have conversations. More info here:

I had the chance to wear both my maker and scholar hats delivering a paper after the screening on performativity and autobiography as documentary strategies.

Such a special opportunity for me to screen and discuss SKIN with makers and scholars I’ve long admired and whom I use in the classroom with students.