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Turning the Tide

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  • 2013 Sundance Film Festival

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#TideTurning, 550 Main St. - 2nd Floor

Changing the direction of a national discourse can seem like an impossible task, but sometimes new narratives inspire a surprising sea change. From immigration to the economy to democratic values, this year’s films suggest how storytelling can reset the discourse around hot-button issues. What happens when change itself gets a PR campaign? Artists and activists Pablo Larraín (No), Gael García Bernal (Who Is Dayani Cristal?, No), Jehane Noujaim (The Square), and Robert Reich (Inequality for All) join moderator Orlando Bagwell (Ford Foundation's JustFilms) to explore the ways creative approaches to storytelling can alter the course of history. Supported by the Ford Foundation.

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