Maria Agui Carter Keynote: Magical Realism and Other Subversions | Getting Real '20
When we are fighting a pandemic and on the brink of environmental cataclysm and we can’t breathe and our children are locked in cages, what is our responsibility as artists? An American immigrant writer and director shares her journey and dreams of what media could be. Maria Agui Carter is the founder of Iguana Films and a professor at Emerson College. Formerly a staff producer at Public TV’s flagship station WGBH, she has won George Peabody Gardner, Warren and Rockefeller awards.
Video is ASL interpreted and closed captioned.