REALLY! If Everyone Donated $5.00 now, Passionate Pursuits can be completed so that it can be ready for viewing everywhere. Donate Via Pay Pal, Purchase the award winning films about Audre Lorde and the Old Women’s Project, Check out Angela Bowen’s 5 star book of short stories: “Out of the Blue: Aleta’s Stories,” listen to … Continue reading
Hello, we now have over a thousand people interested in Profile Productions. THANK YOU! With $5.00 from each of you, TOGETHER we can complete this film. Here are some ADVANCE REVIEWS! thank you. Inspiring, mind-blowing. The film and her story has not only allowed me to validate my being, but I’ve literally been given permission … Continue reading
The Passionate Pursuits of Angela Bowen. Fearless Provocative Compassionate Inspirational For over six decades, Angela Bowen has pursued her life passionswhile applying the lessons and values she acquired during her youth.
NEW RELEASE by Angela Bowen This poignant collection is about a journey of self-discovery, childhood innocence and experience. Aleta’s stories offer a rare window into the thoughts and actions of a little girl growing up in Boston’s inner city in the 1940s and 50s. Her stories are unflinching, unpredictable, timeless and universal. Read More… Out … Continue reading
SUPPORT FILM COMPLETION Pre-purchase the Passionate Pursuits film and order Out of The Blue: Aleta’s Stories to support the film’s completion. Angela Bowen: One Woman’s Passionate Pursuits Stories exploring the complexity of black women’s lives are rarely told; black feminists are seldom heard or seen; and black lesbians are practically invisible. We seldom see … Continue reading
A timeless film about ageism and activism In “Look Us in the Eye,” Cynthia Rich, Mannie Garza and Janice Keaffaber take the stereotypes of an ageist culture and turn them on their heads. Wearing brilliant t-shirts that declare “Old Women are Your Future” and carrying their giant multi-ethnic old woman puppet, POWER (Pissed Old Woman … Continue reading
A book by Barbara Macdonald and Cynthia Rich. Barbara Macdonald courageously identifies ageism as a central feminist issue. Cynthia Rich has generously signed and donated this barrier-breaking book in support of Profile Productions. Purchase
This film is about Lorde’s broad social vision and the translation of that vision into an historic transnational conference. Audre Lorde (1934-1992) has been intrinsically important to the development of second wave U.S. feminism. Author of 15 books of poetry and prose, she was poet Laureate of New York State from 1991-1993. She consistently challenged … Continue reading