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U.S. Premiere screening presented by the Reva & David Logan Foundation

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Trapped in a dystopian nightmare and lied to for years by the very officials who were supposed to protect them, the residents of Flint, Michigan, are victims of the worst man-made disaster in U.S. history. Narrated by Alec Baldwin, Flint is the devastating and cautionary story of what happens when a community loses all faith in authority, in science, and in truth itself. In a post-truth world, whom do you turn to when there's no one left to trust?

Directed by Anthony Baxter

(USA/UK, 2020, 120 min.)

Followed by a post-screening discussion feat. Anthony Baxter (Director), Professor Marc Edwards (Virginia Tech), and Mama Sol (Film Subject, Hip-hop and Spoken Word Artist)

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