Khameleon Productions was founded in 2020, based on a production company built at Oxford University. Their Uprooting Medea project provides a provocative lens on Euripides's canonic 'Western' play by exploring and questioning contemporary themes of race, belonging, identity, home and otherness. Their upcoming Medea short film (set for release in later 2022) reimagines the story with a global-majority cast and crew and features original compositions, movement, and spoken word commissioned by the company. Their visit to Wellesley will culminate in a campus-wide presentation of the Uprooting Medea project and a panel discussion of diversity and the arts.
In addition to the 4pm presentation in Collins Cinema, Khameleon Productions founder and producer Shivaike Shah will host workshops in Alumnae Hall Auditorium from 8:30am-12:30pm. For further information, please contact Prof. Carol Dougherty at email@example.com.
Selina Jones captured by Adam Pietraszewski
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Screenings and virtual Q&A with the co-founders of AdeRisa Productions, an independent company dedicated to producing bold, entertaining, and educational LGBTQ+POC films with an emphasis on Xicana/o/x, Chicanx, Mexican, and Latine stories.Event Date:Wednesday, October 5, 2022 -4:00pm to 7:00pm
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Sep 27–Nov 29, 12:45 PMNew Voices Series
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