San Francisco Cinematheque
Cousins and Kin
Curated by Cousin Collective
what was always yours and never lost
program online April 16–May 15, 2021
Films by makers from different backgrounds, countries, homelands and nations. Films which assert identity and presence in the face of—and regardless of—colonial histories and outdated traditions of anthropology and ethnography. Films which make space for poetry, for beauty, for movement between cosmological and visceral worlds, sometimes blurring the lines between both. These filmmakers claim what was always theirs and celebrate what was never lost.
Screening includes work by Caroline Monnet; Colectivo Los Ingràvidos; Thirza Cuthand; Adam Khalil, Zack Khalil & Jackson Polys and James Luna. (Sky Hopinka)
Free to screen online at https://www.sfcinematheque.org/video-programs/cousins-and-kin-what-was-always-yours-and-never-lost/