• Saturday, March 3/ 2pm

    “A pivotal work of feminist cinema, Michelle Citron’s Daughter Rite (1978) speculates on the political and personal complexities of mother-daughter relationships through an investigation of her family’s 8mm home movies. In the film, Citron analyzes these inherited images of a seemingly happy mid-century American upbringing—birthday parties, vacation trips, holiday gatherings—using optical printing and an often emotionally disjunctive voiceover to draw out the parent material’s hidden contradictions.” – Light Industry

    Daughter Rite is presented by Planned Parenthood of Western NY through the VSW Community Curator program. Rochester artist and Planned Parenthood representative Kayla Carpitella has selected this program in honor of International Women’s Day (March 8th).