Human Rights Watch 2016 at Gene Siskel Film Center| 06/06-20

The Gene Siskel Film Center collaborates with Human Rights Watch to present a series of three compelling new films with filmmakers in person for discussion. Through the eyes of committed and courageous filmmakers, the films showcase the heroic stories of activists and survivors from all over the world who are facing human rights issues. The featured works put a human face on threats to individual freedom and dignity, and celebrate the power of the human spirit and will to prevail.

06/06 | Chapter & Verse 6pm
2015, Jamal Joseph, USA, 97 min. With Daniel Beaty, Loretta Devine.

06/13 | The Uncondemned
2015, Nick Louvel and Michele Mitchell, USA/Congo/Netherlands, 81 min.

06/20 | The Crossing
2015, George Kurian, Norway, 55 min.

Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago 164 N. State Street | Chicago, IL 60601 Hotline: (312) 846 2800


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