Video

Night Visions

Marusya Bociurkiw

1989, 58:00 minutes, English

TAPECODE 382.04

In their dreams, they move across borders they're not supposed to even know about. In the daytime, they work to hold onto what they have: culture, family, history. Sexual and cultural differences intervene. In a night of racism and homophobia, a vision of community appears and disappears, as in a dream.

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Critical Writing

Out on Screen
by Pat Feindel. Reverse Shot, Fall 1994.
Colouring the Screen: Four Strategies in Anti-racist Film and Video
by Richard Fung. Parallèlogramme, 1992, v. 18, no. 3.
Politics of the heart
by Gay Doherty. Xtra!, Mar. 30, 1990, no. 145.
Sexuality and Politics
by Liam Lacey. The Globe and Mail, Aug. 4, 1990.
Within and Without: Reconstructing Regional Identity
by Sarah Murphy. Fuse, Spring 1990, v. 13, no. 4.
Sodom North: Bash Back: A Video Series Curated by Sara Diamond &...
by Sara Diamond. Matriart, Summer 1990, v. 1, no. 2.
Feminist Films Air Minority Concerns
by Randi Spires. The Toronto Star, Dec. 8, 1989.