H for Hunger
Actor, author and musician Henry Rollins delivers a graphic and humanistic portrait of the world famine epidemic in a unique and dramatic fashion. Neither documentary nor fiction, 'H for Hunger' instead seeks to create awareness of a global problem. Like an investigative reporter, the protagonist, himself a living allegory for abject hunger, probes into its many biological and historical aspects, as well as its political, legal and economic dimensions. Additionally, in this timely film Mr. Rollins examines the diverse organizations which claim to be addressing the problem and the many obstacles to constructive change.
Director Neil Hollander in attendance for Q & A.
Royal Flush Festival at Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue
Manhattan, NY 10003
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|