Best of the Fest (Social Justice Film Festival) Sunday Afternoon

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies Spokane with UUCS
2:30 PM, Sunday, February 16, 2020 PST
Location: Spokane (click for map)

“Lights Camera Representation” – This documentary asks students and professors to think about the issue of gender inequality in their profession and in their film school experiences. (Nikole Chumley, 8 min, USA)

“Elegy Ending with a Cell Door Closing” – This animated poem by Dwayne Betts tells the story of a 15 year old child named Fats (#RojaiFentress), currently sentenced to life in prison for a crime he did not commit. (Louisa Bertman, Reginald Dwayne Betts, 2 min, USA)

“Guest House”
– Follows the stories of 3 women in a re-entry house as they battle addiction and attempt to acclimate to life after being released from incarceration. (Hannah Dweck, Yael Luttwak, 75 min, USA)

Sunday 2:30 Film Block. Free/Donations gladly accepted.

Sponsors: Social Justice Film Festival Gonzaga University School of Law  

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Release Year: 2019

Running Time: 75

Director: Hannah Dweck, Yael Luttwak

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