The Columbia University Forum on Global Health and Human Rights
Wednesday, March 18, 2009 at 7pm
Hammer Health Sciences Building, Room 301
(at the corner of 168th Street & Forth Washington Avenue)
Q&A Discussion Following Screening with Sharon Gelman, Executive Director, Artists for a New South Africa and Filmmaker Barbara Rick
2008 Mill Valley Film Festival
Q&A with Executive Producer Deborah Santana, Director/Producer Barbara Rick, and ANSA Executive Director Sharon Gelman
Sunday, October 12, 2008 2:45pm
Opening Night Film
2008 Boston International Film Festival
AMC/Loews Theater Boston Common
With Filmmakers Q&A
June 6, 2008
Sneak Preview Screenings
New York Women In Film & Television
Parsons/The New School for Design
New York City
May 28, 2008
Hosted by OUT@TimeWarner, OUT@TimeInc., BE@T (Black Employees@Time-Inc.) BP@Turner (Black Professionals@Turner) and BE@TW (Black Employees@TimeWarner), The Women’s Media Center, and the South African Consulate General. Included Q&A with Executive Producer Deborah Santana, Director/Producer Barbara Rick, ANSA Executive Director Sharon Gelman, moderated by Carol Jenkins, Women’s Media Center President. Reception hosted by Bradley Silver, Time Warner
New York City
April 28, 2008
Closing Night Film
Creatively Speaking tm Film Series
Brooklyn Academy of Music, BAM Rose Cinemas
April 27, 2008
ANSA's Sharon Gelman and Filmmakers Barbara Rick & Deborah Santana acknowledge RTI crew at Time Warner screening April 28th, 2008.
Standing room only crowd at Time Warner sneak preview screening of Road To Ingwavuma.
RTI screening sponsored by New York Women In Film & Television and The New School.
ANSA's Sharon Gelman and Justice Albie Sachs share a laugh with the filmmakers and moderator Michelle Materre in NYC.