April 26, 2016 at 625 N. Kingsbury St., Chicago in Chicago.
and Prison and Neighborhood Arts Project for a special screening and discussion of the film In Lorton’s Darkroom, a presentation of the (In)Justice For All Film Festival. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker along with experts in the fields of criminal justice reform and prison arts education.
In Lorton’s Darkroom, produced and directed by Karen Ruckman, tells the story of a group of men incarcerated at DC’s infamous Lorton Correctional Facility during the 1980’s who transform their prison experience, and themselves, while participating in a photography program.
Tuesday, April 26
Speakers will include:
Jobi Cates, Founder and President, Restore Justice IllinoisKaren Ruckman, Producer and Director, In Lorton’s Darkroom
Doors open: 6:25 PM
Screening begins: 6:45 PM
Panel Discussion and Q&A: 7:30-8:15 PM
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All events are free and open to the public.
2015/2016 625 AT 6:25 programming is made possible by:
Howard R. Conant Jr. / Leah Missbach Day & FK Day / GCM Grosvenor / Urban Innovations