Spotlighting (In)Justice in America: The Power of Film to Drive Social Change, hosted by Vera Institute of Justice

Wednesday, January 30, 1:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m.
SundanceTV HQ, 268 Main St.

Join the Sundance Film Festival–selected filmmakers of Bedlam, Always in Season, and Clemency for a discussion with the leading incubator and co-producer of documentary films, the Independent Television Service. These filmmakers will discuss the social issues that inform their work, what spurred them to draw attention to those issues, and how they’ve found their work aids movements for social change by driving conversations—both online through social media and in communities across America.

Presented by SundanceTV

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