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10th Annual LDUB Film Festival Sunday Nov 6 PM
Lake Worth Playhouse Stonzek Theatre
Lake Worth, FL
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10th Annual LDUB Film Festival Sunday Nov 6 PM
WHOS NEXT dir. Nancy Cooperstein Charney
WHO'S NEXT? is a feature length documentary (86 minutes) that examines the effects of hate speech and bigotry on the lives of Muslim Americans. This powerful and timely film shines a light on how Muslim Americans have suffered from bigotry post 9/11, while encouraging viewers to choose knowledge over ignorance, take action to prevent hate speech, and get to know those who are different from them so that the challenges of marginalized communities can be effectively addressed. "WHO'S NEXT? is the type of artistic expression essential to those who cherish the concept of democracy." David Rothenberg, Host of ANY SATURDAY, WBAI
Nancy Cooperstein Charney is an American award-winning director and producer of both stage and screen. Her acting credits include Elaine May's Name of a Soup and A New Leaf, Jean Claude Van Itallie's King of the United States and Mystery Play and Connie Kaisermans My Little Girl. She was an acting member of Andre Gregory's Manhattan Project, and an acting/teaching member of The Working Theatre, a project of Joe Chaiken and Kristin Linklater. As such she was awarded the title of Master Teacher from the Rockefeller Foundation. Cooperstein Charney has taught acting to prisoners on Rikers Island and taught teachers how to use acting as an instructional tool through the Teachers and Writers Collaborative. A graduate of Bennington College, Cooperstein Charney continued her studies at The Neighborhood Playhouse, The Berghoff School and Columbia University.

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Lake Worth Playhouse Stonzek Theatre (View)
713 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33460
United States

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Film > Festivals
Film > Movies

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