Practice + Process: A Night with Terence Nance

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Writer, director, and artist Terence Nance comes to Baltimore on Friday, October 25 to host a screening of his work, followed by a moderated discussion on his filmmaking process and inspirations. Part of the Johns Hopkins University Film & Media Saul Zaentz Visiting Artist Series.

Nance is best known for his directorial debut An Oversimplification of Her Beauty, which premiered at Sundance in 2012, and the avant garde television series Random Acts of Flyness that aired on HBO in 2018 to critical acclaim. His work is recognized for centering multifaceted black experiences in media, and for his nontraditional, communal approach to filmmaking.

The Johns Hopkins Visiting Artist Series is sponsored by the Saul Zaentz Charitable Foundation, and hosted in conjunction with the SNF Parkway.

The trailer below is an example of Terrance Nance’s work and not a trailer for work being screened at this event.