Feminist Films Air Minority Concerns
The Toronto Star, Dec. 8, 1989
The second installment of the Toronto Independent Artists' Series, entitled Feminist Re-Visions, features two videos- Premika Ratnam and Ali Kazimi's Voice of Our Own, and Marusia Bociurkiw's Night Visions. Night Visions looks at the political differences and similarities between native women, a visible minority, and lesbian women, an invisible minority. Voice of Our Own documents the formation of the National Organization of Immigrant and Visible Minority Women in Winnipeg in 1986.
Blood Risk by FaBa productions re-examines sexuality and bonding that all of us, paticularly gay men, must make in the face of AIDS.
ITEM 1989.084 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Voice of Our Own – Premika Ratnam
Voice of Our Own – Ali Kazimi
Night Visions – Marusia Bociurkiw
Blood Risk – Fabo
Blood Risk – Michael Balser