Thursday, January 31, 7 pm Chapters 1–3 Free
Friday, February 1, 7 pm Chapters 4–6
Saturday, February 2, 7 pm Chapters 1–3
Sunday, February 3, 12 noon Chapters 1–3
Sunday, February 3, 4 pm Chapters 4–6
Chapter 1: No Fear of Flying: Living the Free Life
Chapter 2: Test Piloting: TICK TOCK The Biological Clock . . . The Single Woman
Chapter 3: Experiencing Turbulence: The Price of Sexual Freedom
Chapter 4: Crash and Burn: The Things All Women Share
Chapter 5: Walking Away from the Wreck: The Secret of Male Power . . .
Chapter 6: Breaking the Sound Barrier: Female Life Backwards: New Technology for the “New Woman”
Jennifer Fox delivers a sexy, humorous, and personal yet universal investigation of modern womanhood. Flying follows Fox’s travels to more than a dozen countries to, as she puts it, “understand how women define their lives when there is no map.” While the story evolves over six hours, this compelling series’ distinct parts can be viewed individually or as a whole, in sequence or not. “Part delectable soap opera, sociopolitical inquiry, and narrative experiments, Flying sweeps us up into an addictive international adventure” (Sundance Film Festival). 2007, video, 60 minutes each chapter (total running time 360 minutes).