I often get this conflicted feeling when I watch a documentary about children, like this week’s POV broadcast of Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go: I am immediately concerned that the subjects are being exploited in some way, since they’re not really able to decide for themselves whether or not they want to be involvedContinue reading this entry »
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POV 2009: Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go
The Genius of Marian
January 26, 2015
Washington, District of Columbia
Join us for a special congressional screening of The Genius of Marian at the Capitol Hill Visitor Center. Speakers will include David Hyde Pierce, actor and activist, Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich), Simon Kilmurry, executive producer of POV, Ed White, husband of Pamela White, and Devon White Angelini, daughter of Pamela White. The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited and RSVP is required: http://bit.ly/1zu583q.
Join us for a light reception at 6pm, before the screening. Guests can enter the main CVC entrance and notify security they are going to the Genius of Marian screening. Guests are encouraged to visit the following website for very important information on coming to the U.S. Capitol, including a list of prohibited items: www.visitthecapitol.gov.
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