Screenings and Events
9 October 2014
Screening & Discussion of Broken On All Sides with Director - from 8.00pm until 10.00pm (add this)
Bennington College, 1 College Dr, Bennington, VT, United States (map)
Join Bennington Alumnus, Matt Pillischer, for a screening and discussion of his film, Broken On All Sides. He will share the multi-disciplinary approach that went into this project, the combination of lawyering, arts, and activism, and the impact it is having on changing the conversation around mass incarceration. Free and open to the public. http://bennington.bwcs-hosting.com/cal/main/showMain.rdo
7 December 2014
Screening & Discussion, Long Island, NY - from 1.00pm until 3.30pm (add this)
Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock, 48 Shelter Rock Rd, Manhasset, NY, United States (map)
Join the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock for a screening of the award-winning documentary, Broken On All Sides: Race, Mass Incarceration & New Visions for Criminal Justice in the U.S. The director/producer Matt Pillischer with lead a Q&A along with Five Mualimm-Ak of Incarcerated Nation Campaign in NYC, Barbara Allan from Prison Families Anonymous, and Bruce Knotts from the Unitarian Universalist United Nations' Office. Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock 48 Shelter Rock Road Manhasset, NY 11030 Sunday, Dec 7, from 1-3:30pm
Want to hold your own Screening? Get in touch!
The most important thing is simply to raise awareness of these issues. One of the easiest ways to do that is to hold your own screening of the movie. Host for four people or four hundred — audience size doesn't matter, as long as there's an audience.
Host the Director
If you are interested in booking the filmmaker for a speaking engagement — to present the film with a Q&A, or to be a guest lecturer at your school, union, or religious institution, etc, — please contact the director, Matt Pillischer, at firstname.lastname@example.org for a price list and details."
You don't need to book the director to host a discussion. There are several resources, including lectures and panel discussions, that you can show in addition to the movie, or as follow up events focused on discussion.