We were all about ready to join the Women’s Army after seeing 'Born in Flames.' -- Barbara Hammer
A futuristic tale, Born in Flames is a feminist sci-fi film exploring racism, sexism, classism, and heterosexism in an alternative US socialist democracy. Still abundantly relevant today, the story follows an underground army—many portrayed by real life political activists—that takes to the streets and airwaves to demand more equality. 1983, 35mm, 80 minutes.
Introduced by film scholar Vera Dika.