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Film Screening – A Thousand Cuts: On Media, Policing, and Authoritarian Brutality

October 1, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 am

In collaboration with Cornell University, UCLA, Barnard College (Columbia University), University of Toronto, Rutgers University, and Los Angeles’  Visual Communications (VC), you are invited to an international screening of A Thousand Cuts by Ramona Diaz, followed a panel featuring Maria Ressa (Rappler), Jinee Lokaneeta (Drew University), and Gina Dent (UCSC). This panel will be moderated by Neferti Tadiar (Barnard College).

Film Screening Date: Thursday, October 1, 2020 (Film available for streaming in US and Canada)

Film Screening Location: Film viewing instructions will be sent to you after you register.

Film Description: With press freedom under threat in the Philippines, A Thousand Cuts goes inside the escalating war between the government and the press. The documentary follows Maria Ressa, a renowned journalist who has become a top target of President Rodrigo Duterte’s crackdown on the news media. Produced, written, and directed by Ramona S. Diaz (IMELDAMOTHERLAND).

Film Registration Information: Register for the Screening by Wednesday, September 30, 2020, 8pm EDT.

Film Registration Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-thousand-cuts-media-freedom-and-authoritarian-brutality-registration-120320332353


Panel Discussion Date and Time: October 1, 8pm EDT (8am+1 Philippines)

Panel Description: Following the screening of A Thousand Cuts, please join us for a panel featuring Maria Ressa (Rappler), Jinee Lokaneeta (Drew University), Gina Dent (UCSC), moderated by Neferti Tadiar (Barnard College). The film focuses on the current effects of Rodrigo Duterte’s infamous “war on drugs” and the shutting down of independent news outlets as well as the arrest, detention, threats and humiliation of journalists, including Maria Ressa. This post-screening panel focuses on policing, state violence, and how the media and ideological landscapes enable populism and authoritarianism across the Philippines, U.S. and India. The discussion also serves as the staging ground for transnational forms of creativity, solidarity, and resistance.

Panel Registration Info: https://cornell.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__uiiWtuvRUmcoAr1CzHziQ




October 1, 2020
11:00 am - 3:00 am