The ACLU of Utah's John Mejia will participate a panel dicussion following the June 14 screening of the film, The Quiet Force, at the Jim Santy Auditorium, (1255 Park Avenue, Park City, UT). This screening is part of the Reel Community Series.
The Quiet Force: Film screening and Panel Discussion
DATE: June 14, 2019
TIME: 8 P.M
LOCATION: Jim Santy Auditorium, 1255 Park Avenue, Park City, UT 84060
RATED: Not Rated
RUN TIME: 35 min
DIRECTED BY Hilary Byrne and Sophie Danison
MORE INFO: https://parkcityfilm.org/film/the-quiet-force/
The Quiet Force investigates the human and economic impact of Latinx immigrants living in Western ski towns – where they comprise 30 percent (or more) of the local population.
The film’s narrative explores the effects of the current political climate and actions on Latino individuals and communities. Interviews with immigrant families, local politicians, law enforcement, educators, non-profit organizations, and economists will provide a balanced analysis of an ever-changing issue that remains murky even to the most seasoned. The film will be screened with Spanish subtitles.
The film will be followed by a panel discussion with Diego Zegarra, Social Equity Director, Park City Community Foundation; John Mejia, Legal Director, ACLU-Utah; Edwardo Estrada, local business owner, and Ivonne Timar, manager of Flanagan’s on Main and parent of PCSD students. Rob Harter, Executive Director, Christian Center of Park City, will moderate.
Watch the trailer: https://vimeo.com/297498708
Learn more about the film: https://www.quietforcefilm.com