Greetings film lovers and social justice enthusiasts,
We are thrilled to announce the screening of La Lucha: Getting Schooled in America at the prestigious Big Apple Film Festival in Lower Manhattan! Mark your calendars for Sunday, May 21st at 3:50pm, as we invite you to join us on a thought-provoking and inspiring cinematic experience. This is a chance to witness a powerful documentary that delves into the heart of our education system.
La Lucha: Getting Schooled in America uncovers the complexities and challenges faced by students and educators within the American educational landscape. It is a raw and honest exploration of the struggles, triumphs, and resilience exhibited by individuals fighting for a better future. Our film shines a light on the importance of empathy, compassion, and understanding in tackling the flaws of the system and working towards positive change.
But that’s not all! We are delighted to announce that the editor of La Lucha, Alex Riccio, will be present at the screening and will be hosting an engaging Q&A session afterward. This is an incredible opportunity to gain insights directly from the mastermind behind the captivating storytelling and artistic vision of the documentary. Don’t miss out on the chance to engage with Alex Riccio and learn more about the creative process behind La Lucha.
To secure your spot at this enlightening event, we invite you to purchase tickets at the GAFF (Big Apple Film Festival) website. Hurry, as seats are limited and we anticipate a high demand for this screening. Don’t miss the chance to be a part of the conversation surrounding education, social change, and the power of cinema!
The Big Apple Film Festival provides a perfect platform for La Lucha: Getting Schooled in America, as it aligns with the festival’s core values of showcasing impactful stories that challenge the status quo. By connecting with film lovers like you, we aim to stimulate meaningful discussions and inspire action towards creating a more equitable and inclusive education system.
Join us at the Big Apple Film Festival and let La Lucha: Getting Schooled in America ignite your passion for social change. Together, we can pave the way for a brighter future.
Event Details: Date: Sunday, May 21st Time: 3:50pm Location: Lower Manhattan Q&A with Alex Riccio, the editor of La Lucha: Getting Schooled in America
Purchase Tickets: BAFF Website
Let’s come together to celebrate the power of cinema and champion education for all!