Radical Grace Pre-Premiere Mixer

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Hey Lucy!

295 King Street West

Toronto, Ontario M5V 1J5


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Please note: RSVPs are nearly closed for this event! Please get in touch directly if you'd like to be added to our waitlist: lwilson@kindlinggroup.org

Celebrate the World Premiere of Radical Grace!

Mixer hosted by the filmmakers and the Chicago Media Project

Join the filmmakers behind the documentary Radical Grace for a mixer before the film's world premiere at Hot Docs International Film Festival in Toronto! We're bringing together the filmmakers, some of our amazing subjects, the Hot Docs community, and local partners from the faith and feminist communities to celebrate the project and get to know each other. Come mingle and then walk over to the TIFF Bell Lightbox for our WORLD PREMIERE at 9:15 pm!

If you still need tickets, you can purchase here: http://bit.ly/RG-HotDocs

Premiere Night Celebration

Tuesday, April 28th

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Where: Hey Lucy!

295 King Street West, Toronto

Just one block from the TIFF Bell Lightbox

Appetizers will be served; 1st drink on the house!

About Radical Grace

Radical Grace follows three fearless nuns who risk their place in the Catholic Church to follow another higher calling: social justice. When the Vatican reprimands the sisters – citing their “radical feminism” – they become the spiritual and symbolic center of a battle for the heart of the Catholic Church. From their cross-country Nuns on the Bus tour, to serving those on the margins, to a continued struggle for women’s religious equality under Pope Francis, these sisters are transforming American politics — and the Church itself. Inspired by the sisters’ story, the Radical Grace engagement campaign helps rebrand faith and morality as a force for the progressive movement. Collaborating with feminist and faith-based social justice organizations, we will leverage the film to support reform within religious institutions and bridge divides to build a stronger progressive and feminist movement. More at www.radicalgracefilm.com

About the Chicago Media Project

Chicago Media Project is a member-based philanthropic organization that develops strategic partnerships and provides resources and financial support to social impact non-fiction media projects. CMP brings together mediamakers from around the country with engaged citizens to collectively support the creation and distribution of media that will trigger social change. CMP is the host of Good Pitch Chicago 2015, a one-day event for social impact filmmakers to connect with foundations, advocacy groups, media partners, and the philanthropic community to forge coalitions and campaigns that are good for all these partners, good for the films and good for society. Radical Grace is an alumnus of Good Pitch Chicago 2013.

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