Face-to-Face with the Filmmaker

2020 Quarterly Screenings

POSTPONED until further notice due to COVID-19 restrictions

Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema’s second, FREE, quarterly screening of the 2020 season.

AMAE, THAMEE, AMA (Mother, Daughter, Sister) gives voice to courageous Kachin and Rohingya women calling for an end to sexual violence in conflict. The film revolves around the stories of four women: Shamima, a volunteer counselor working with survivors of military rape in the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh; Dil Kayas, a teenage survivor and San Lung and Lu Ra, the sister and mother of two Kachin school teachers brutally raped and killed in 2015, allegedly by the Burmese military.

Secession Art & Design

3235 Mission Street

7 to 8:30 pm

Admission is free. Doors open at 6:30 pm
Donations gratefully accepted.

Seating is limited; reserve your ticket

Jeanne Marie Hallacy

Jeanne Hallacy has worked in Southeast Asia for 25 years, producing documentary stories about human rights and social justice issues. Her films: Mother, Daughter, Sister; Sittwe; This Kind of Love and Into the Current were each released with an international speaking tour in the United States and Europe where the films were screened with engaged audience discussions. Hallacy is the Director of InSIGHT Out! digital media project for youth in conflict-affected areas. She is the former Director of Programs at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand.


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