THE PRISON IN 12 LANDSCAPES 

  • When: November 15, 2017 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Where: 721 Broadway, 6th Floor, Michelson Theater
  • Summary: A meditation on mass incarceration in the USA, when more people are imprisoned than at any other time in history, reveals the impact of the confinement industry hiding in plain sight. Post-screening discussion with filmmaker Brett Story and Angela Zito (NYU).
  • Details:

    WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 6PM

    SCREENING / DISCUSSION

    IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF CINEMA STUDIES WEDNESDAY NIGHT SCREENING SERIES

    WEDNESDAY / NOVEMBER 15 / 6–8 PM

    Cinema Studies, Michelson Theater, 721 Broadway, 6th Floor

    THE PRISON IN 12 LANDSCAPES (2016, 90 min, Dir: Brett Story)

    A meditation on mass incarceration in the USA, when more people are imprisoned than at any other time in history, reveals the impact of the confinement industry hiding in plain sight. Post-screening discussion with filmmaker Brett Story and Angela Zito (NYU).

    Co-sponsors: Department of Social and Cultural Analysis; NYU Prison Education Program

    Still image from “The Prison in Twelve Landscapes” directed by Brett Story