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Film still from Aftershock. Courtesy of Onyx Collective.

Community Screening: Aftershock SOLD OUT

Thursday, July 14, 2022

7–9:30 pm

Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd Floor

This program is sold out.

Join us for a special preview of the new Hulu Original Documentary Aftershock (from Disney’s Onyx Collective and ABC News Studios). Directed by Paula Eiselt and Tonya Lewis Lee, Aftershock follows the deaths of two young women due to childbirth complications. Their bereaved families galvanize activists, birth workers, and physicians to reckon with one the most pressing issues facing Americans today: the maternal health crisis.

Afterward, please join us for a special panel conversation with the directors of Aftershock, Tonya Lewis Lee and Paula Eiselt, and the film’s subjects Omari Maynard, Bruce McIntyre, Shawnee Benton Gibson, moderated by Janai Norman of ABC News. Aftershock, a Hulu Original Documentary from Disney’s Onyx Collective and ABC News Studios, premieres Tuesday, July 19, on Hulu.

This program is free and supported by Onyx Collective and ABC News Studios. Registration is required. Come early for after-hours admission to Guadalupe Maravilla: Tierra Blanca Joven from 6 to 7 pm.

ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS: 

Paula Eiselt directs and produces feature films about unforgettable characters thriving in unbelievable circumstances. Her passion for vérité storytelling about fearless trailblazers fighting for change resulted in the award-winning film 93Queen (POV, HBO Max).

Tonya Lewis Lee is a director, producer, and writer whose work through storytelling often explores the personal impact of civil rights and social justice issues. Lewis Lee produced Monster, the adaptation of the Walter Dean Myers novel, which premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and currently streams on Netflix.

 

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