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HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH FILM/PANEL/RECEPTION: >>ANITA: SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER,<< RE ANITA HILL
|Film in Beverly Hills|
Time(s): 6:30 doors open, 7:15 film screens
Address: 9336 Civic Center Drive
Phone: (310) 477-5540
Cost: $30 general, $15 students
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Join us for a special screening of ANITA: SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER, a documentary about the Anita Hill firestorm in the days before #MeToo.
Followed by Q&A with Academy Award-winner Freida Lee Mock.
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
6:30 pm | Doors open; Reception with hors d'oeuvres
7:15 pm | Film Screening, followed by Q&A
Presented at United Talent Agency's screening room
9336 Civic Center Drive
, Beverly Hills
On October 11, 1991, a poised young law professor sent shock waves through the nation as she sat before the Senate Judiciary Committee intrepidly testifying to the lewd behavior of a Supreme Court nominee.
In the midst of the #MeToo movement, the Film Club revisits Academy Award-winner Freida Lee Mock's ANITA, which crystallizes the sexist power dynamics in the room that day and unravels the impact of that lightning-rod moment on Anita Hill's life and the broader discussion of gender inequality in America.
“One woman, stepping into a mess of political, racial and sexual power plays … makes for rapt viewing.” — Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly
All attendees are invited to stay after the screening for Q&A with the director of the film and the Executive Director of Human Rights Watch's Women's Rights Division.
Freida Lee Mock, Director • Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni, Actor, Producer, Educator • Sharon Waxman, Moderator, Founder & CEO, The Wrap
Tickets are unreserved and seating is first-come, first-served.
Tickets unfortunately cannot be sold at the door -- advance only.
Through regularly scheduled screenings and discussions, Human Rights Watch's Film Club in Los Angeles creates a forum to advance awareness of human rights issues and empower audiences with the knowledge that personal commitment can make a difference.
For over 35 years, Human Rights Watch has been at the forefront of the international human rights movement, investigating abuses and exposing the truth in order to bring about deep-rooted change.
Around the globe we work in tandem with local activists who often put their lives at risk to protect the rights and dignity of others.
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