Join us on Wednesday, July 26, 2023, at 5:00 PM Moscow time for the screening and a lively Q&A session with the film’s director, Nickolas Bruckman, moderated by Elizabeth Pringle. Don’t miss the opportunity to watch the award-winning documentary “Not Going Quietly” (18+) and participate in a vibrant conversation on its creation and impact.
This documentary narrates the life of 32-year-old Ady Barkan, who becomes an unexpected hero after a chance encounter with Senator Jeff Flake. The event propels him into the limelight and ignites the political movement “Be a Hero.” With a group of dedicated activists, Barkan embarks on a nationwide campaign demanding healthcare justice, conducting groundbreaking interviews with notable political figures including Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren.
Following the screening, we invite you to join a Q&A session with the film’s director, Nicholas Bruckman, moderated by Elizabeth Pringle. This interactive session promises to deliver insights into the film-making process, the story behind the film, and the wider impact of Ady Barkan’s activism.
Nicholas Bruckman,, is a celebrated filmmaker and the founder of People’s Television, a NY-based film, and commercial production company. He has earned critical acclaim for his feature documentary “La Americana” and the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award-winning “Valley of Saints.”
Elizabeth Pringle, the moderator, known for her insightful approach to dialogue and understanding of the cinematic arts.
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