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Social Cinema: The Price of Freedom: Q&A with Jeri Bonavia

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Social Cinema: The Price of Freedom: Q&A with Jeri Bonavia

Film
Wednesday, April 6
6 - 7:15 pm
Cost: Free
Join WUD Film for Social Cinema: The Price of Freedom: Q&A with Jeri Bonavia.
This film is a part of WUD Film's annual Social Cinema series in collaboration with the Havens Wright Center for Social Justice at UW-Madison.

Social Cinema 2022 will be entirely online this spring – both the streaming of the films and the post-screening discussions led by a series of outstanding speakers.

This is a two-step process.

Step 1: Watch the film. You will have streaming access to view “The Price of Freedom” at your convenience prior to the online film discussion.

Step 2: Participate in the online discussion. This is a separate stand-alone event with Jeri Bonavia scheduled for April 6.

Registration is required for both steps, which are free and open to all.



About the Film:
USA | 94 min | NR | Online Screening | Dir. Judd Ehrlich
The Price of Freedom (directed by Judd Ehrlich) is an unflinching look at the gun violence epidemic in America and the role the National Rifle Association, with its outsized political and cultural influence, has played.

Watch the trailer: https://youtu.be/RexZi7bUjfA

About the Discussion Presenter:
Jeri Bonavia is the founder and Executive Director of Wisconsin Anti-Violence Effort (WAVE). She has worked on gun violence prevention since 1994. Under her leadership, WAVE has grown from its humble beginnings to nearly 80,000 members in Wisconsin. Ms. Bonavia has also become one of the leading voices of gun violence prevention throughout the state and across the country.


 For information on available assistive content for WUD Film screenings, please visit the Assistive Movie Screenings in the Marquee Theater page.

This event is intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff, Wisconsin Union members and their guests. Anyone can become a Wisconsin Union member.

This film is a part of WUD Film's annual Social Cinema series in collaboration with the Havens Wright Center for Social Justice at UW-Madison.

Social Cinema 2022 will be entirely online this spring – both the streaming of the films and the post-screening discussions led by a series of outstanding speakers.

This is a two-step process.

Step 1: Watch the film. You will have streaming access to view “The Price of Freedom” at your convenience prior to the online film discussion.

Step 2: Participate in the online discussion. This is a separate stand-alone event with Jeri Bonavia scheduled for April 6.

Registration is required for both steps, which are free and open to all.



About the Film:
USA | 94 min | NR | Online Screening | Dir. Judd Ehrlich
The Price of Freedom (directed by Judd Ehrlich) is an unflinching look at the gun violence epidemic in America and the role the National Rifle Association, with its outsized political and cultural influence, has played.

Watch the trailer: https://youtu.be/RexZi7bUjfA

About the Discussion Presenter:
Jeri Bonavia is the founder and Executive Director of Wisconsin Anti-Violence Effort (WAVE). She has worked on gun violence prevention since 1994. Under her leadership, WAVE has grown from its humble beginnings to nearly 80,000 members in Wisconsin. Ms. Bonavia has also become one of the leading voices of gun violence prevention throughout the state and across the country.


 For information on available assistive content for WUD Film screenings, please visit the Assistive Movie Screenings in the Marquee Theater page.

This event is intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff, Wisconsin Union members and their guests. Anyone can become a Wisconsin Union member.

Presented by:

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608-262-1143

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Havens Wright Center for Social Justice

https://havenswrightcenter.wisc.edu/

With support from:

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