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Perspectives: A See Change Series

Ruth Sokolof Jul 3 – Jul 12, 2022

Perspectives: A See Change Series curates the work of four prominent women working in documentary film — Ramona Díaz, Grace Lee, Yoruba Richen, and Lucy Walker — who will be our guests of honor at See Change Celebration. All screenings free and open to the public!

Launched in 2020, See Change is our initiative to reach gender parity among directors of the films we program. To our knowledge, we are the only arthouse organization tracking our efforts in this way.

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See Change Celebration

July 16, 2022 | Film Streams’ Dundee Theater

Film Streams is thrilled to announce See Change Celebration, a fundraiser in support of Omaha’s cinema nonprofit. The centerpiece of See Change Celebration will be a wide-ranging conversation with filmmakers Ramona Díaz, Grace Lee, Yoruba Richen, and Lucy Walker, moderated by Film Streams Artistic Director Diana Martinez, PhD.

About the Filmmakers

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Ramona S. Diaz

Ramona S. Diaz is an award-winning Filipino filmmaker whose films have screened at Sundance, Berlin, Tribeca, SXSW, IDFA, HotDocs and many other top-tier film festivals. All her films have been broadcast on PBS: on “Independent Lens,” ‘POV,” and “FRONTLINE.” Her films include Imelda and A Thousand Cuts (screening July 3).

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Grace Lee

Grace Lee is an independent filmmaker who most recently produced and directed two episodes of the Peabody Award-winning “Asian Americans” series. Other credits include the Peabody-winning American Revolutionary (screening July 5).

Yoruba Richen

Yoruba Richen

Yoruba Richen is an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose work has been featured on Netflix, MSNBC, FX, HBO, The Atlantic, and Field of Vision. Recent films include the Emmy-nominated How it Feels to be Free (screening July 10) and the Emmy- and Peabody-nominated The Sit In: Harry Belafonte Hosts the Tonight Show.

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Lucy Walker

Lucy Walker is an Emmy-winning, two-time Oscar-nominated director. Her latest film, Bring Your Own Brigade (screening July 12) was included in The New York Times’ “10 Best Arguments for the Importance of Film 2021.”

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