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Screen@Levine

Film screenings at the Museum are about more than watching a movie. Documentaries and films are selected to take a closer, deeper look at a part of New South history, expanding on topics explored in our current exhibits or relevant to issues facing our community today. Many include a discussion led by a Museum educator following the screening.

Officer Involved

April 13, 2017
5:30 p.m. -- Reception and Gallery Viewing at Levine Museum of the New South
6:30 p.m. -- Film Screening & Discussion at 
ImaginOn: The Joe & Joan Martin Center, Wells Fargo Playhouse
Cost: $10; $5 for students
Members receive a 25% discount on registration.  Please sign in to receive your discount at check out.

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Officer Involved is the first presentation of its kind: an expository documentary detailing perspectives of American police officers involved in shootings through dissecting the course of events in the aftermath as experienced by the officers who have lived them. 

What We Told Our Sons

July 20, 2017 | 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Cost: $10; $5 for students
Members receive a 25% discount on registration.  Please sign in to receive your discount at check out.
Levine Museum of the New South

Filmmaker Dayvee Sutton explores the reactions families had to the death of Travyon Martin and larger issues related to the "talk" many parents have to have with their children about how to conduct themselves around law enforcement. 

 

Screen@Levine: Officer Involved

Officer Involved is the first presentation of its kind: an expository documentary detailing perspectives of American police officers involved in shootings through dissecting the course of events in the aftermath as experienced by the officers who have lived them.
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