Women in Film: Abina and the Important Men
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Women in Film: Abina and the Important Men

Women in Film: Abina and the Important Men

Trevor Getz and Liz Clark’s graphic novel about a young woman who fights for her freedom in the courts of Africa’s gold coast in the late 1800’s comes to life in an animated feature produced by the Documentary Film Institute at San Francisco State University. The novel won the James Harvey Robinson prize in 2014.

Abina and the Important Men by Soumyaa Behrens | US | 1 h | 2016

A graphic history of a …read more



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