A Special Event! Filmmaker in Person!
United States | 2016 | Laura Paglin
In 2009, Cleveland police discovered the bodies of eleven women decomposing in the Imperial Avenue house and yard of known sex offender Anthony Sowell. Why weren’t these women missed or their disappearances more thoroughly investigated? How did this killing spree go unnoticed for so long? These and other troubling questions about the invisibility of women on the margins of society are raised in this powerful work by local filmmaker Laura Paglin (Nightowls of Coventry, Facing Forward), who interviews Sowell’s surviving victims and secures shocking police video footage. Paglin will answer audience questions after the screening. Adults only! DCP. 77 min.
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General Admission: $10
Member: $7 (includes CIA and CSU I.D. holders)
Age 25 & under: $7 (proof of age required)
*Additional film on the same day: $7 or the member price for that film.