Story Leads to Action screening of ‘The Campaign’ Thursday at 92Y Tribeca
May 19, 2010
As posted on Workingfilms.org:
"Please join us for the last Story Leads to Action screening of spring, with The Campaign, a feature documentary-in-progress that rides the daily emotional rollercoaster of the community of people-turned-activists who worked to defeat Proposition 8 - the 2008 initiative that outlawed same-sex marriage in California. Filmmaker Christie Herring was granted exclusive access to the "No on 8" campaign headquarters in San Francisco. Christie will be flying in from San Francisco to screen her work-in-progress for advocates, educators and activists who care about these issues in NYC and the Tri-State area.
"Learn how the film relates, resonates, inspires and calls to action. We'll be looking for feedback on balancing the needs of this compelling narrative with the needs of a movement that stands poised to defend their love, rights and equality at the ballot box, in the courts and around the dinner table.
Panelists include:Date & Time: Thursday, May 20th, 2010, 7:30pm
Michael Crawford, Director of New Media at Freedom to Marry
Veronica Tirado, Youth Activist and Student at Harvey Milk High School
Amy Todd-Gher, Senoir Attorney at the National Center for Lesbian Rights
Location: 92YTribeca, 200 Hudson Street
Price: $12.00, Purchase tickets online at 92ytribeca.org
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