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UCLA VOLUNTEER CENTER: Bringer of Hope...
The Bringer of Hope Foundation at UCLA presents it first annual Reel Talk Film Series April 20-24. C...

Bringer of Hope Foundation: Reel Talk Film Series at UCLA

April 20th, 2017

Location: UCLA Los Angeles California 90095-1397
Duration: Multiple Days
First Day : Apr 20, 2017
Last Day: Mar 24, 2017



The Bringer of Hope Foundation at UCLA presents it first annual Reel Talk Film Series April 20-24. Come volunteer and also enjoy one or more of the free campus screenings of 24 films that speak to the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.  Most volunteer shifts are 2-3 hours in length between the hours of 10:00 am and 7:00 pm. 

 The Reel Talk Film Series is our exciting lead-in to MLK Remembrance Day 2017 and opens at 11:00 am, Thursday, April 20, with a screening of UCLA Alumna Ava Duvernay’s “13th” in Haines 153, and concludes, at 7:00 pm, Monday, April 24, with a screening of “Moonlight” at the Northwest Campus Auditorium.

 

Other film screenings at the Northwest Campus Auditorium and/or De Neve Auditorium include: “Loving”, “Collateral Beauty”, “Birth of A Nation”, “Space Between Us” and a retrospective on the work of Stanley Nelson featuring his new documentary “Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Historically Black Colleges & Universities” at UCLA’s James Bridges Theater.

Locations: Northwest Camus Auditorium, De Neve Auditorium and James Bridges Theater

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Time Details

10a-7p


Tags: education, art, on campus

Contact Person: Nyesha Blewett

Contact Email: MLKday@ucla.edu

Contact Phone Number: (310) 825-2420

Organization: Bringer of Hope Foundation at UCLA

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