New England Screening of the Film “Little Stones”

When:
February 13, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
2018-02-13T17:30:00-05:00
2018-02-13T20:00:00-05:00
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Antioch University New England

Join us for the New England premiere of the award-winning documentary Little Stones. This feature documentary follows four women using art to fight for women’s rights around the world.

This 87-minute documentary directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Sophia Kruz and cinematographer Meena Singh, with music by Ameritha Vaz, was named Best Documentary at the 2017 Vail Film Festival, Best Foreign Documentary at the Female Eye Film Festival, and Award of Excellence for the Impact Docs Awards.

Come early at 5:00 and join others in a reception and art making. Also, immediately following the film, there will be a brief panel discussion moderated by  Christina Devereaux, Program Director for the Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling Program.

The screening will be held at Antioch University New England, 40 Avon Street, Keene. This event is free with suggested donation and open to the public.  Pre-registration is suggested.  However, walk-ins are welcome as space allows.

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Antioch University

Antioch University New England (AUNE) is a dynamic, innovative institution offering scholarly, practice-oriented graduate study.

AUNE serves 1,000 students and is closely linked to the region, with national and global connections through its students, alumni, and institutional concerns. Our alumni, over 9,000 in number, constitute a strong network in leadership positions throughout New England, the United States, and the world. Many maintain an active involvement with AUNE.

Since its founding in 1964, AUNE has a history of high academic standards, integration of work and study, commitment to bypassed populations, and learner responsibility, intertwined with the New England traditions of self-reliance, small-community values and private action for the public good.

Antioch University New England is part of Antioch University, a five-campus university, with locations in Keene, New Hampshire; Yellow Springs, Ohio; Seattle, Washington; and Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, California