Sundance Channel presents "Two by Barbara Hammer" February 16
February 14 2004 12:00 AM ET
On Monday, February 16, the Sundance Channel will present the television premieres of two documentaries by pioneer lesbian filmmaker Barbara Hammer. Resisting Paradise examines southern France's resistance to the Nazis during World War II, while My Babushka--Searching Ukrainian Identities follows Hammer as she travels to the Ukraine, the home of her maternal grandparents. Her exploration of her ethnic roots turns into a look at a nation's struggle to identify itself in the post-Soviet era. For more information, visit www.SundanceChannel.com.
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