You Are Invited to the Film Launch of
DOWNSTREAM: THE EFFECTS OF PARENTAL INCARCERATION
White River Junction
Briggs Opera House
5 South Main St, White River Junction
Thursday, May 23rd – 6:30 PM
Co-hosted and sponsored by Lt. Governor David Zuckerman and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health
Reserved Seating- Required
To reserve your seat for the White River Junction screening visit Eventbrite
Screenings are free and open to the public.
DOWNSTREAM is a one hour documentary film featuring the compelling stories of those left behind when a parent goes to prison. Vermont children and caregivers share their experiences, revealing the complex and emotional terrain they navigate in the wake of a parent’s incarceration. Film reviewers have been deeply moved by the courage, vulnerability, and wisdom they show.
The film also includes the voices of a number of Vermont leaders and advocates whose perspectives help give larger context to the children’s and family’s stories. Those appearing in the film include: elected and state officials, educators, a law school professor, and a pediatrician.
A panel discussion will follow the film.
To see the movie trailer go to: www.Downstreamfilm.com
Downstream is produced by Brad Salon, of Bear Notch Productions, in association with Resilience Beyond Incarceration, a program of the Lamoille Restorative Center.
For more information contact Tricia Long at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-0538.