My Name Is Andrea is an innovative feature documentary written & directed by Pratibha Parmar & produced by Shaheen Haq. The film is inspired by the life and writings of radical feminist Andrea Dworkin (1946-2005) one of the most influential & controversial feminist of the 20th century.
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Andrea Dworkin used her personal experiences of sexual assault to write powerful, compelling books. Her eventful life story is of a woman coming to speech despite the relentless attempts to silence and misrepresent her.
John Berger, writer of Ways of Seeing said, “Andrea Dworkin was perhaps the most misrepresented writer and activist in the Western world.” Interweaving impressionistic dramatizations with actors, layered with documentary archival footage, interviews with friends and critical feminist/cultural commentators, the film will use Andrea Dworkin’s compelling writings to create a powerful emotional narrative.
Making independent films with social, political impact continues to be tough especially for women filmmakers of color. Women are still a very small minority in the film industry as has been proven time and time again. We truly believe and have experienced that it is the vibrant & diverse communities’ of women and other allies who will get us started.
Please join us on this journey to birth a film that will challenge & change the ongoing global genocide of women and girls.
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