College faculty, staff, and admin: anti-violence documentary needs your help!

A few months ago, I posted that the team behind the Invisible War is shooting a new documentary on campus sexual violence — and is looking for students to tell their stories. Now, the same team would like to talk to other members of educational communities. Producer Amy Ziering writes:

We’re an Oscar and Emmy nominated film team currently working on a film that  examines the proliferation of sexual assaults on college campuses, the devastating toll they take on survivors, their families and the community at large,  and the failure of institutions to seek appropriate redress for these crimes. We are looking to speak with  college and university staff, administrators, or faculty members (current or former)  as part of our background research. All information imparted to us will be kept confidential.  Our most recent film,  The Invisible War, broke the story of the epidemic of rape in our US military and led to significant policy changes.

You can reach Amy at chaincameracampus@gmail.com.

Alexandra

Alexandra Brodsky is a Feministing editor, law student, and activist who talks about rape a lot.

and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.

Feministing In Your Inbox

Sign up for our Newsletter to stay in touch with Feministing
and receive regular updates and exclusive content.

159 queries. 0.332 seconds