YEAR OF THE WOMAN, with Q&A with director Sandra Hochman, moderated by WBAI host Janet Coleman
Saturday, April 21 at 4:30
On Saturday, April 21 at 4:30, Film Forum presents a special screening of a new digital restoration of Sandra Hochman’s YEAR OF THE WOMAN. Hochman will appear for an interview with WBAI host Janet Coleman and an audience Q&A following the film.
Sandra Hochman is a poet, novelist, and filmmaker. Hochman is the author of ten novels and memoirs, eight volumes of poetry, and three nonfiction books, with bylines in The New York Times, Harpers Bazaar, New York Magazine, People, and more. She was the winner of the 1963 Yale Series of Younger Poets Competition, and was twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in poetry – once in 1960 for Voyage Home, then later in 1963 for Manhattan Pastures. She has taught at Fordham University and City College, and founded You’re an Artist Too, an after-school program at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Janet Coleman is the long-time producer and host of WBAI Radio’s culture programs Cat Radio Cafe and The Next Hour. She is the author of The Compass: The Improvisational Theater That Revolutionized American Comedy, and (with poet Al Young) Mingus/Mingus: Two Memoirs, about the jazz musician. She played a small part as a Beatnik in the cult classic Echoes of Silence and Evelyn Lincoln in Thirteen Days, Kevin Costner’s film about JFK during the Cuban Missile Crisis.