Saturday, January 26 2013

Jan 26

Human Rights Watch Film Festival: "Putin's Kiss"

01.26.2013 3:00 pm

Q&A with Rachel Denber, Human Rights Watch

Lise Birk Pedersen, 2011, 85min.

Meet Masha, a 19-year-old who grew up in the Putin era, on her journey through the Kremlin-created Nashi youth movement. This coming-of-age tale focuses on Masha’s personal political struggle and paints a grim picture of the russian political climate.

Ticket information: $4 MOPA Members, $6 Students/Seniors/Military, $8 General. Festival passes: $15 MOPA Members, $25 Students/Seniors/ Military, $35 General. (Festival passes cover admission to all six festival screenings)

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Jan 26

Human Rights Watch Film Festival: "The Invisible War"

01.26.2013 7:00 pm

Q&A with Allison Gill; film subject and Liesl Gerntholz, Human Rights Watch

Kirby Dick, 2011, 95min.

The Invisible War is a groundbreaking investigative documentary about the underreported epidemic of rape within the US military.

Ticket information: $4 MOPA Members, $6 Students/Seniors/Military, $8 General. Festival passes: $15 MOPA Members, $25 Students/Seniors/ Military, $35 General. (Festival passes cover admission to all six festival screenings)

Purchase Tickets Online or at the door. Due to the popularity of this film, we are unable to sell tickets over the phone at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.