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A Litany for Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde/幸存的连祷文:奥德·罗德的生活和工作
  • A Litany for Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde/幸存的连祷文:奥德·罗德的生活和工作

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  • A Litany for Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde/幸存的连祷文:奥德·罗德的生活和工作-影片简介
  • 导演: Ada Gay Griffin / Michelle Parkerson
    类型: 纪录片
    制片国家/地区: 美国
    语言: 英语
    片长: 60 mins
    A Litany for Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde的剧情简介
    Poet, lover, mother, warrior-Audre Lorde was a fiercely passionate American visionary. Her poetry and prose spoke to her deepest convictions-love and anger, civil rights and sexuality, family politics and glories of nature. She gave voice to a political generation and became a role model not only for black women but for everyone who believes, as she did, that "liberation is not the private province of any one particular group." In 1992 Lorde lost her battle with breast cancer, but she leaves behind a rich and vital legacy.
      A Litany for Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde, a powerful profile of the African-American-poet, will air on public television stations in 2006 as part of True Lives, a documentary series bringing classic documentaries to public television, from the producers of PBS"s POV series.
      "Audre Lorde was a pioneer in making available her voice as a teacher, a survivor, an activist, and a crusader against bigotry," says filmmaker Ada Gay Griffin, who made A Litany for Survival with co-director Michelle Parkerson. The two spent eight years collaborating with Lorde, weaving together a richly textured portrait of a gifted, strong-willed woman who embraced life"s moments and focused her energies to fight for civil justice, women"s equality, and lesbian rights.
      A Litany for Survival features interviews with many of Lorde"s fellow poets and activists, including Adrienne Rich, Sapphire, and Sonia Sanchez-all of whom pay tribute to Lorde"s impact as a mentor and inspirational force. Lorde had many children-two biologically and many metaphorically, from colleagues and students to people she met only fleetingly. "I remember meeting Audre when I was in college," says Griffin. "She remembered me 20 years later when I called her about making the film."
      "There are some of us who think of Audre as a mother," says Jewelle Gomez, who studied poetry with Lorde at Hunter College in New York. As a professor, Lorde encouraged her students to find their own voice. "You don"t need me," she told the class as the term was ending. "The "me" that you"re talking about you carry around inside yourselves. I"m trying to show you how to find that piece in yourselves because it exists. It is you. You have got to be able to touch that, to say the things, to invite, to court yourself. . . . Don"t mythologize me."
      Raised in Harlem, the daughter of West Indian immigrants, Lorde started writing poetry to express bottled-up feelings. "I was in high school and I was a mess," she recalls. "I was introverted, hypersensitive, I was all of too intense-all of the words that other people used for little wild black girls who were determined to live."
      Though her advisor told her it was "a bad sonnet," her first poem was published in Seventeen magazine while she attended Hunter High School. In 1968, amid escalating racial tensions, she accepted an invitation to become the poet in residence at Tugaloo College, a small black college in Jackson, Miss. "It changed my life," she says. "I had a chance to work with young black poets in what was essentially a crisis situation. White townspeople were shooting up the edges of Tugaloo at night. Many of the students had been arrested. I realized I could take my art in the realest way and make it do what I wanted. I began bringing together my poetry and my deepest-held convictions."
      Lorde published more than a dozen poetry collections and six books of prose from 1968 to 1993. Her works were reviewed in national publications including The New York Times Book Review. She worked closely with women of color in many countries and was founder of Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press. In 1979, she addressed the first national march for lesbian and gay liberation in Washington, D.C.
      Once her cancer was diagnosed in 1978, Lorde became even more focused. "Her life took on a kind of immediacy that most people"s lives never develop," her son Jonathan recalls. "The setting of priorities and the carrying out of important tasks assumed a much greater significance." For the next 14 years, Lorde battled the cancer as it metastasized through her body. In an unusually poignant creative exchange, she continued to collaborate with Griffin and Parkerson, who were rushing to complete the film as Lorde neared the end of her life. "What I leave behind has a life of its own," she says in the film, her voice ravaged by illness. "I"ve said this about poetry; I"ve said it about children. Well, in a sense I"m saying it about the very artifact of who I have been."   以下部分为剧情通过机器翻译,部分章节不准确,请谅解。诗人,情人,母亲,warrior-audre劫杀了激烈热情美国梦幻。她的诗歌和散文对她最深的convictions-love和愤怒,公民权利和性行为,家庭政治和大自然的。她表达了政治的产生和成为一个角色模型不仅为黑人妇女,但大家谁认为,因为她,"解放不是私人省任何一个特定群体。"1992失去了战斗劫杀乳腺癌,但她留下的丰富和重要的遗产。一系列的生存:生活和工作的奥迪·罗德,一个强大的形象的african-american-poet,将空气的公共电视台2006部分真实生活的纪录片系列,使经典纪录片的公共电视,从生产者的公共电视网的过氧化值系列。"奥迪·罗德是一个先驱,使她的声音作为一个老师,一个幸存者,活动家,和一个十字军反对偏见,"制片人艾达同志狮鹫,谁取得了一系列为生存与米歇尔导演合作parkerson。花了八年的合作,共同编织劫杀,纹理丰富的画像一个天才,意志坚强的女人谁拥抱生命的时刻,集中精力争取民事司法,男女平等,和同性恋权利。一系列的生存特点采访的许多劫杀的诗人和活动家,包括瑞奇,蓝宝石,和索尼亚sanchez-all人赞扬劫杀的影响作为导师和感召力。有许多孩子-两个生物和逃往许多比喻,从同事和学生,她遇到的人只有短暂。"我记得见过奥德雷我在大学的时候,说:"现在。"她想起了我20年后当我称她为电影制作。""有些人认为奥德雷作为一个母亲,说:"珠宝商戈麦斯,谁研究诗歌与劫杀猎人学院在纽约。作为一个教授,劫杀鼓励她的学生找到自己的声音。"你不需要我,"她告诉班上的任期结束。""我",你说你带着自己的内心。我想告诉你如何找到在一块自己因为它存在。是你呀!你必须能够触摸,说出,邀请,法院自己。的。我。不要神话色彩。"提出在哈莱姆的女儿,西印度移民劫杀,开始写诗歌表达被压抑的情感。"我在上高中的时候我是一个烂摊子,"她回忆道。"我性格内向,敏感,我是太intense-all的话,其他人用于野生小女孩被确定谁的生活。"虽然她的顾问告诉她这是"糟糕的十四行诗,"她的第一首诗发表在十七个杂志的同时,她参加了猎人高中。1968,由于不断升级的种族紧张,她接受了邀请,成为诗人居住在塔加卢学院,一个小黑人学院杰克逊,小姐。"它改变了我的生活,"她说。"我有一个工作的机会与年轻的黑人诗人在本质上是一个危机的情况。白色市民拍摄的边缘塔加卢在晚上。许多学生已被逮捕。我意识到,我可以把我的艺术在现实的方式,让它做我想做的事情。我开始把我的诗歌和deepest-held信念。"劫杀出版了十多部诗集和六本散文从1968到1993。她的作品进行了审查在国家刊物包括纽约时报书评。她曾与妇女的颜色在许多国家和创办厨房表:黑人妇女出版社。1979,她第一次全国3同性恋解放在华盛顿,华盛顿一旦被确诊癌症1978劫杀,变得更加集中。"她生活在一种直接,大多数人的生活不会发展,"她的儿子乔纳森回忆。"确定优先事项和实施的重要任务,承担更大的意义。"在接下来的14年里,与癌症转移逃往它穿过了她的身体。在一个非常尖锐的创意交流,她继续与狮鹫和parkerson,谁是急于完成电影劫杀接近生命的尽头。"我离开背后都有它自己的生命,"她说,在影片中,她的声音蹂躏的疾病。"我说这诗;我说这孩子。嗯,在某种意义上,我说的很伪是谁。"
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