Join us at Philadelphia Printworks for a presentation of M.F.A.: Mastering the Art of Revenge from CinéSpeak. The screening is a fundraiser for the March to End RapeCulture and is meant to bring awareness ahead of the MTERC day of action on Sept 29th.
DOORS @ 7PM // FILM @ 8PM w Post-Screening Discussion w M2ERC Philly organizers
ADMISSION: $10-$20 *sliding scale pay-as-you're-able
EXPECT: tasty snacks. boozy punch. good art. important conversation. warm community.
ABOUT THE FILM
An art student taps into a rich source of creative inspiration after the accidental slaughter of her rapist. An unlikely vigilante emerges, set out to avenge college girls whose attackers walked free.
**Nominated for Grand Jury Prize - Feature Length at SXSW**
Directed By: Natalia Leite + Written By: Leah McKendrick | Running Time: 93 min | Content Warning: nudity; graphic violence; rape; suicide
ABOUT THE MARCH TO END RAPE CULTURE
The March to End Rape Culture (MTERC) is an event to raise awareness in the community about rape culture + what we can do to end it. It is also a healing place where survivors can be supported, speak up, + find information about local resources. Allies are welcomed so they can learn more, support survivors, + join in to say ENOUGH!
We are a Philadelphia-based organization that engages diverse audiences through our independent, repertory + foreign film programming; creating space + centering the stories of individuals and communities that are often underrepresented in mainstream cinema. We promote community togetherness + global understanding by engaging film enthusiasts while cultivating the next generation of discerning moviegoers; encouraging people to demand social justice both on-screen + throughout society.