Trials producer Rachel Pikelny, editor Aaron Wickenden, and executive producer Justine Nagan will be present for a post-screening discussion.
Kartemquin will for the first time announce recipients of $150,000 in grants for up to 15 films at the 2018 Kartemquin Films Empowering Truth Benefit Luncheon, taking place on November 1st at 11:30am at the Union League Club of Chicago.
Grants of up to $20,000 will be announced for eligible projects by debut or emerging filmmakers who are already receiving support through Kartemquin’s revered production process, which has guided over 65 award-winning, socially impactful films since the collective was founded in 1966.
Kartemquin is deeply saddened by the passing of Art Shay, one the country's most renowned photographers who snapped countless celebrities and pivotal moments of the 20th century. Shay graciously shared his photos of the 1963 Chicago Public Schools Boycott with the filmmaking team of our 2017 film '63 Boycott.
As 2017 begins, certain social issues explored in our films are becoming particularly pertinent. For the next 45 days, receive 45% off the following titles on DVD or streaming in our VHX catalogue with the code: DEMOCRACY