Filmmaker Nancy Schwartzman presents THE LINE, a film about ending sexual violence
On February 23, 2012, Nancy Schwartzman will present her
critically acclaimed short film, THE LINE and its
media campaign to empower young leaders to end sexual
The is the first event in the spring series, Health in Film &
Media, being held at the Center for Health, Media & Policy.
THE LINE is a documentary about a young woman
filmmaker- who is raped, but her story isn't cut and dry.
"perfect victim," the filmmaker confronts her attacker,
the conversation with a hidden camera. Sex workers,
and activists discuss justice, accountability and today's
culture." The film asks the question: where is the line defining
Nancy's WHERE IS YOUR LINE CAMPAIGN believes that
documentary films can create social change, with the right
partners and the right platforms. WHERE IS YOUR LINE is a
non-profit organization and movement that is committed to
empowering young leaders to create a world without sexual
violence. Nancy will show us how the campaign is creating
critical dialogues and new media to inspire action.
Join us for a fascinating and thought-provoking evening!
Directions: 6 train to 116th OR 4/5/6 to 125th
February 23, 2012
2180 Third Avenue at 119th Street
CUNY School of Public Health
2nd Floor, Main Auditorium
RSVP required - email below