“E-Team” Documentary

Event:
“E-Team” Documentary
Start:
June 21, 2017 6:30 pm
End:
June 21, 2017 9:00 pm
Category:
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Venue:
Reynolds Hall

Smart Summer Documentary Series

 

Join Cathedral members and friends Wednesday nights from 6:30-9 p.m. in Reynolds Hall to experience three fascinating films, each coupled with a light supper and discussion. Sponsored by the Justice and Peace Council, these events are free to the public; donations are accepted for dinner. Contact Council Chair Elaine Krause if you have any questions at 281-745-6748 or at elainewkrause@gmail.com.

 

JUNE 21 – “E-Team”

A multi-film-fest award winner, “E-Team” documents the work of Human Rights Watch in documenting and reporting war crimes to the rest of the world. Winner of the 2014 Sundance Award for cinematography, the film takes us to the frontline in Syria and Libya. The movie discussion features Stuart Kensinger of Houston, founder of Jerusalem Peace Builders and a frequent traveler to Syria before the present hostilities. See trailer below:

 

JULY 19 – “Welcome to Leith”

Another Sundance Award winner, this 2015 film depicts what happens when a noted white supremacist moves into a small town in North Dakota.  Residents do what they can to prevent him from taking control of the municipality. With incredible access to residents and white supremacists, “Welcome to Leith” examines a small community struggling for sovereignty against extremist outsiders. See trailer below:

 

 

AUGUST 9 – “Gender Revolution”

This new National Geographic documentary, “Gender Revolution,” takes viewers across the U.S. and to other parts of the world to explore the evolving concept of gender. Former TODAY anchor Katie Couric narrates the film and provides the audience with a newcomer’s lens to this complex topic. Discussion following the film will be led by several members of the Cathedral EYC. See clip involving bathrooms in public schools with Katie Couric:

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