Snapshots of Guantánamo: A Film, Discussion, and Reading of Letters from the Prison w/ VANESSA REDGRAVE & MIA FARROW


Add to My Calendar Tuesday, May 28, 2013


Featuring the NYC screening of the short film ISN 310: Djamel Ameziane's Decade in Guantánamo*

Special Guests: Vanessa Redgrave (actor, activist), Mia Farrow (actor, activist) Scott Horton (journalist at Harper's Magazine), Ari Melber (MSNBC and The Nation magazine), Daniel Lakemacher (conscientious objector formerly stationed at Guantánamo), J. Wells Dixon (CCR attorney representing men at Guantánamo), Vincent Warren (Executive Director, CCR)

Join the Center for Constitutional Rights and the Culture Project for this timely event, as the majority of the men at Guantánamo are on their fourth month of hunger strike in protest of more than 11 years of indefinite detention without charge or trial. This event is FREE & OPEN to the public. RSVP on facebook, and invite your friends.

WHEN: Tuesday, May 28 at 7pm
WHERE: The Culture Project theater, 45 Bleecker Street (at Lafayette), NY, NY 10012.

The evening will feature the first NYC screening of a short film about CCR's client Djamel Ameziane. *Djamel is an Alegerian man who has been detained at Guantánamo without charge since 2002, and cleared for release by both the Bush and Obama administrations. Djamel has been on hunger strike since February 2013.

The film screening will be accompanied by VANESSA REDGRAVE & MIA FARROW reading a selection of words from the men still trapped at the prison, and include a conversation about Guantánamo moderated by ARI MELBER. Other special guests may be present.

**After the program, all are invited to gather and converse at the new SubCulture venue downstairs from the theater.**

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May 26, 2013