YOU RESEMBLE ME

NR   |  1 hour 30 minutes • Archived

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Angelika New York: BOGO! 2 tickets for the price of 1 from Thursday 11/3 through Thursday 11/10! Just select the BOGO: You + a Friend ticket to redeem.

Plus, Q&As opening week at the Angelika New York--- 

11/2 - 7pm screening - Q&A with Ramy Youssef and Director Dina Amer, co-hosted by Talkhouse

11/3 – 7pm – Q&A Robin Swicord & director Dina Amer

11/4 – 4:15pm – Q&A Sameh Zoabi & director Dina Amer

11/4 - 7pm screening - Q&A with co-executive producer Crystal Moselle (SKATEKITCHEN, THE WOLFPACK, BETTY) & director Dina Amer, moderated by Caryn Coleman of The Future of Film is Female

11/4 - 9:40pm screening - Intro by co-executive producer Crystal Moselle (SKATEKITCHEN, THE WOLFPACK, BETTY) & director Dina Amer

11/5 - 1:30pm screening - Q&A with producer Elizabeth Woodward & co-executive producer Sean Glass, moderated by Rob Karol, co-host of Lighthouse International Film Festival
11/5 - 4:15pm screening - Q&A with editor Keiko Deguchi & post production producer/assistant editor Salah Anwar, moderated by Carla Gutierrez (Oscar-nominated RGB) of BIPOC Doc Editors
11/5 – 7pm – Q&A Darius Marder & director Dina Amer

11/6 - 4:15pm screening - Panel discussion on online radicalization with Director Dina Amer, Zeve Sanderson, Executive Director, NYU Center for Social Media and Politics; Isra Ali, Assistant Professor, NYU; Helga Tawil-Souri, Associate Professor, NYU
11/6 - 7pm screening - Q&A with Uzodinma Iweala, CEO of The Africa Center/writer of Beasts of No Nation & director Dina Amer

11/7 - 7pm screening - Q&A with director Dina Amer and producer Elizabeth Woodward, moderated by New York Women in Film and Television

11/8 – 7pm – Q&A director Dina Amer & Ellie Jamen, WScripted Founder

11/9– 7pm – Q&A EP Marni Grossman

About

Cultural and intergenerational trauma erupt in this story about two sisters on the outskirts of Paris. After the siblings are torn apart, the eldest, Hasna, struggles to find her identity, leading to a choice that shocks the world.

Directed By

Dina Amer

Written By

Dina Amer, Omar Mullick

Cast

Lorenza Grimaudo, Ilonna Grimaudo, Dina Amer, Mouna Soualem, Sabrina Ouazani

Language

French and Arabic with English subtitles

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