This documentary by award-winning film director Kirby Dick examines the national crisis of sexual assault on college campuses—from fraternity houses to locker rooms— and what is (or is not) being done to address these crimes.
Discussion with Kirby Dick and Sofie Karasek followed the screening.
CLE credit was approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for attorneys to earn (1.5) Areas of Professional Practice transitional and non-transitional credits. Fees were $40 for attorneys, $30 for public interest, government employees, and NYU alumni (included admission to screening). New York University School of Law has a financial hardship policy. For more information, please contact Erin Bundra at email@example.com
The annual FOLCS Film Series offers you a unique opportunity to watch and discuss movies dealing with legal themes, with a box of popcorn in hand and surrounded by a large friendly audience (most of whom are not lawyers, so you don’t need to know any legalese). Featuring an exciting mix of current blockbusters, classic favorites, documentaries, and independent movies over seven nights, the Film Festival illuminates the legal system with all of its triumphs, failures, moral dilemmas, and dramatic moments.
Each movie is followed by a post-screening discussion with renowned artists, writers, public intellectuals, government leaders, and members of the legal profession who have a particular connection to the film. Explore how the themes of justice and injustice continue to inspire the artistic imagination. Hear interesting stories and anecdotes. Get answers to your questions. And share your own ideas and viewpoints.
Additionally, the Forum invites filmmakers from across the globe to submit an original short film on a legal theme. The judges’ top picks are shown, discussed, and celebrated at the FOLCS Awards Night during the closing night of the Film Festival where the winning films receive the FOLCS Awards. The International Short Film Competition offers aspiring filmmakers an opportunity to be viewed by renowned judges and the Forum’s audience, who take part in the festivities by voting for the Audience Favorite Award—all taking place in New York City.