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Roll Red Roll
April 7, 2019 • 5:30 pm PDT
Playing April 4th -11th.
Roll Red Roll, Nancy Schwartzman’s true-crime thriller that revisits the shocking high-school rape case that shook the town of Steubenville, OH in 2012 and played to sold-out audiences in NYC is heading to LA. The film opens this weekend at the Leammle Monica Film Center.
The film is sparking much-needed conversations about rape culture, the dangers of “boys will be boys” and how to create more equitable communities. There will be incredible panels, conversations, and Q & As. The live experience is worth it with this film.
FRIDAY 4/5 7:40pm: L.A. Premiere of Roll Red Roll! + “Bold Voices Disrupting Rape Culture”
Join Director Nancy Schwartzman in a conversation with Carmen Rios, digital editor of Ms. Magazine, and other special guests.
SATURDAY 4/6 5:30pm: “Beyond True-Crime: Composing Music for Complex Stories”
A conversation with Director, Nancy Schwartzman, Roll Red Roll Composer Nima Fakhrara (Resident Evil Biohazard, Detroit), and musician Morgan Kibby (White Sea, Women of the Sun) who wrote the original song “Master of Myself” for Roll Red Roll.
SUNDAY 4/7 5:30pm: “Could Sex-Education Have Saved Steubenville?”
A conversation with Roll Red Roll Director, Nancy Schwartzman; Dr. Caroline Heldman, intersectional feminist, and Professor at Occidental; with moderator Heidi N. Moore, journalist, formerly of the Guardian and Wall Street Journal.