2017, Belgium | Flemish, English | 45 minutes
Sunday January 28, 2018 | 1:00 PM
Lesley Hazleton is a British-American author whose work focuses on "the vast and volatile arena in which politics and religion intersect.” She was based in Jerusalem from 1966 to 1979 and in New York City from 1979 to 1992, when she moved to a floating home in Seattle, originally to get her pilot's license, and became a U.S. citizen. Belgian-Polish philosopher, Alicja Gescinska, interviews Hazleton in this captivating documentary series from Belgium public television.
Hosted by: Black Mountain Institute and The Believer Magazine
Moderated by: Kellen Braddock, Deputy Director, Black Mountain Institute and Publisher, The Believer Magazine with Lesley Hazleton
2016, USA | English | 61 minutes
Sunday January 28, 2018 | 3:00 PM
Heather Booth is the most influential person you never heard of. Through her life and work this film explores many of the most pivotal moments in progressive movements that altered our history over the last fifty years: from her involvement with Freedom Summer Project, to her founding of the JANE Underground in 1964, to her personal relationships with respected leaders such as Julian Bond and Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Hosted by: PLAN of Southern Nevada and Nevada’s Women’s Film Festival
Moderated by: Director Lilly Rivlin with Heather Booth