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Indie Lens Pop-Up: Writing with Fire

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Writing with Fire
Presa House Gallery is proud to partner with ITVS, Indie Lens Pop-Up, to host a free In-Person Screening of "Writing with Fire." Meet the fearless women journalists of India's only all-female newspaper in this 60 min advanced screening of the Academy Award-nominated film for Best Documentary. The short film "The Unlikely Fan," directed by Jeff Bednarz, Sai Selvarajan and curated by MonteVideo's Manuel Solis, will precede our feature film. The outdoor screening will take place on Saturday, March 19, 2022, at 7 PM. Verónica Gaona's exhibition in "Search of a Better Death" will also be on view this evening.

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