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Join Us for Virtual Screening of (In)Visible Portraits 

As part of Run&Shoot Filmworks' "SOCIAL JUSTICE SERIES," which included screenings of Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America, Antelbellum, and John Lewis: Good Trouble, we invite you, in partnership with Run&Shoot Filmworks, to a virtual screening of the powerful documentary:

(In)Visible Portraits

Directed by Oge Egbuonu
November 13 | 6 p.m. MST

Following the screening, there will be The Color of Conversation with our President & CEO, Lauren Y. Casteel, Director, Oge Egbuonu and Festival Founder, Stephanie Rance.

(In)Visible Portraits shatters the too-often invisible othering of Black women in America and reclaims the true narrative as told in their words

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"The documentary’s collection of PhDs offers a place to start another fresh — and deep — reading list. Not to take anything away from their scholarship, but these academics are most affecting when they hint at their own stories, when they join in the movie’s vibrant procession of other Black women, young and old. Because it is Sheila Thomas, Cora Matthews, Bonnie Gatson and Helen Jones, as well as a sweet slew of ridiculously bold and charming, focused and hopeful girls and young women, who make '(In)Visible Portraits' a balm." - Variety

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"It’s open-heartedness that makes “(In)Visible Portraits” such a wonder, because as Egbuonu and her participants are illuminating an often terrible history, they are also sharing themselves on increasingly personal terms. It’s difficult not to feel as if Egbuonu and her subjects aren’t talking directly to each viewer, teaching them through history and personal experience, and that level of trust and respect demands reciprocal action." - IndieWire

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Meet The Director: Oge Egbuonu

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Oge Egbuonu is a filmmaker focused on disruptive inspirational storytelling. By creating compelling content that entertains, educates, and inspires, she aims to support the healing of the individual and the collective. Prior to becoming an independent filmmaker, Oge worked at the independent production company Raindog Films alongside its co-founders Ged Doherty and Academy Award®-winning actor Colin Firth. Oge sat on the board of the Diversity Committee for the BRIT Awards, where she collaborated with the CEO, chairman, and other senior executives on revamping the voting academy, and tackling diversity within the music and film industries. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Houston.

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