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SAN DIEGO ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS

The Ken Cinema will screen “Isadora,” a biography of dance legend Isadora Duncan, at 7 tonight. A turn-of-the-century iconoclast known as the mother of modern dance, Duncan also was an activist for women’s rights, artistic freedom and other social causes, defying Victorian mores through art and personal example. Along with “Isadora,” the Ken will show “Imogen,” a screen portrait of photographer Imogen Cunningham. “Imogen,” a tribute created by the artist’s granddaughter, was an Academy Award nominee in 1988. A live performance by dancers Vicki Sullivan, Linda Stephens and Terry Wilson and poet Chris Sullivan are included in the program. The pair of films will be repeated without the performances Apr. 12-13.


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