Dirs. Jake Lefferman and Emily Taguchi | Documentary | U.S.A. | 2018 | 1 hr. 32 min.
Discussion to follow with activists and film subjects Lauren Hogg and Brooke Harrison and directors Jake Lefferman and Emily Taguchi
It seems as though a senseless mass shooting takes place every week, but last year’s horrific events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School still resonate. With great intimacy and raw emotion this moving film follows several survivors—David Hogg, Victoria Gonzalez, Sam Zeif, and Dillon McCooty—as they learn to manage their trauma within daily lives of basketball, preparing for prom, graduation. Swept into the national spotlight, these brave, resilient individuals speak in the face of fear and unite on a quest to change gun laws.
Monday, July 22, 2019
DUE TO WEATHER, THE SCREENING WILL BE MOVED INDOORS TO THE CHILMARK COMMUNITY CENTER (520 South Road, Chilmark)
Come just for the outdoor screening, or purchase a ticket to a
Fundraising Dinner at the Beach Plum Inn
Just before sunset, join us for dinner overlooking Menemsha Harbor. Enjoy a spectacular view, and a locally sourced three-course meal, with our guests of honor. Dinner includes reserved seating at the outdoor screening to follow.
All proceeds benefit the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival.
Sponsored by Lisa Berkower & Mitch Rubin and the Lambert’s Cove Inn