Sponsored by Citizens for Global Solutions, Minnesota
Documentary: “UNTIL WE FIND THEM”, a portrait of two journalists seeking truth and justice for the people who disappeared in Mexico.
Date: Thursday, January 20, 2022
Time: 7 pm-8:15 pm (Central Time – USA)
Where: Zoom (register at link below)
Cost: FREE and open to the public
Description: This documentary is a portrait of two journalists seeking truth and justice for the people who disappeared in Mexico.
Watch the film (30 minutes long, in Spanish with English subtitles), then join our discussion with filmmaker Hunter Johnson. We will NOT show the documentary during the event.
Where to watch: Vimeo. Password = darwin
REGISTER HERE. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the film discussion.
Guest Speaker: Hunter Johnson, the filmmaker of “Until We Find Them”. Hunter is a documentary filmmaker and photographer whose projects seek to advance human rights through visual storytelling. Working with The Perennial Plate, a two-time James Beard Award-winning and Emmy-nominated documentary team, Hunter created dozens of human-focused short films that have garnered tens of millions of views. This work includes a show on PBS, a series of films on The Atlantic, and screenings at the United Nations Office in Geneva and the 2018 AFI DOCS Film Festival. Hunter has also produced videos for Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International. “Until We Find Them” is currently screening in film festivals around the world. Hunter has a Masters of Human Rights from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, with a concentration in Arts Advocacy.