Post-film Q&A with Patrisha McLean, founder and director of Finding Our Voices, and Carolyn Swartz, Executive Director of the Maine Jewish Film Festival.
My Name Is Andrea is the story of controversial feminist writer and public intellectual Andrea Dworkin, who offered a revolutionary analysis of male supremacy with iconoclastic flair. Decades before #MeToo, Dworkin called out the pervasiveness of sexism and rape culture, and the ways it impacts every woman’s daily life. This documentary film, directed by Pratibha Parmar, uses both archival material and performances by actors Ashley Judd and recent Oscar nominee Andrea Riseborough. Co-presented with the Maine Jewish Film Festival.
Free and open to the public!
Saturday, March 18