Fronza Woods was born, raised and educated in Detroit, spent most of her active professional years in Manhattan and is maturing, as creatively as possible, in the southwest of France. A writer-filmmaker in her own right, she has worked as camerawoman on numerous independent films, was assistant sound engineer on John Sayles' feature "The Brother from Another Planet", been a script reader for HBO, and taught basic filmmaking at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, where she also created and curated an outreach film program for the city’s black community. (8/18)
Killing Time/Fannie's Film
Two films by Fronza Woods, 1979, 15 min., BW
Part of the mediamaking movement that first gave centrality to the voices and experiences of African American women during the late Seventies and earl...