Distribution

A Place of Rage

Dir: Pratibha Parmar

USA

1991

52 mins

tbc

Play Dates

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  • Midlands
  • Wales
  • Scotland
  • London

Broadway Cinema

19/07/2018

- 19/07/2018

Nottingham

Chapter

02/08/2018

- 02/08/2018

Cardiff

Derby QUAD

22/08/2018

- 23/08/2018

Derby

Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA)

30/08/2018

- 30/08/2018

Dundee

Eden Court Theatre

18/08/2018

- 18/08/2018

Filmhouse

20/08/2018

- 20/08/2018

Edinburgh

Glasgow Film Theatre

30/08/2018

- 30/08/2018

Glasgow

mac

09/08/2018

- 09/08/2018

Birmingham

Regent Street Cinema

15/08/2018

- 15/08/2018

Westminster,

London

Broadway Cinema

19/07/2018

- 19/07/2018

Nottingham

Derby QUAD

22/08/2018

- 23/08/2018

Derby

mac

09/08/2018

- 09/08/2018

Birmingham

Chapter

02/08/2018

- 02/08/2018

Cardiff

Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA)

30/08/2018

- 30/08/2018

Dundee

Eden Court Theatre

18/08/2018

- 18/08/2018

Filmhouse

20/08/2018

- 20/08/2018

Edinburgh

Glasgow Film Theatre

30/08/2018

- 30/08/2018

Glasgow

Regent Street Cinema

15/08/2018

- 15/08/2018

Westminster,

London

Want an urgent history of African American women driving the civil rights, Black power and feminist movements that you can dance to?

Featuring Prince and Janet Jackson as the spot-on soundtrack to interviews with Alice Walker and Angela Davis, A Place of Rage is our kind of revolution. Pratibha Parmar weaves the story of the 1960s civil rights movement and 1980s LGBT rights movement together in a reminder that the struggle continues because of such leaders. June Jordan’s ‘Poem about Police Violence’ is just one of many moments that still hit home.

Accompanying short film

We are delighted to make short films available to exhibitors booking specific features from Revolt, She Said at no extra cost. To accompany screenings of A Place of Rage we will be screening Nice Colored Girls.

Our advisory certificate for both films is 15.

Play Dates

This title is no longer available for booking from the ICO

Nice Colored Girls

Dir: Tracey Moffatt | Australia | 1987 | 16 mins | available on digital download

In an Australian city, two Aboriginal girls plan a night out on the town at the expense (in both senses) of a white ‘Captain’. Brilliantly intercutting their story is an account of first contact, as an English explorer ‘surveys’ young Aboriginal women. The modern-day girls skip away laughing at the end of Tracey Moffatt’s incendiary film, leaving us unsettled.

Film stills

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