"The Law in These Parts" - Film Screening & Discussion with the Film Maker of Award Winning Documentary

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 20:10 to 23:30

The Law in These Parts - a film by Ra'anan Alexandrowicz 

(Israel/USA/Germany, 101 mins)

The University of Toronto Faculty of Law is pleased to present a screening of the award winning and critically acclaimed documentary, The Law in These Parts, followed by a discussion with the film maker, Ra'anan Alexandrowicz, and U of T Law professors Kent Roach and Markus Dubber. 

THE FILM: 

The Law in These Parts is the Winner of the World Cinema Documentary Grand Jury Prize at Sundance (2012) and Winner of Best Documentary at the Jerusalem Film Festival (2011). Through archival footage and interviews with members of Israel's military legal corps (including judges, prosecutors and legal advisors), The Law in These Parts unravels an intricate system of military control that symbolizes one of the most enduring and damaging conflicts of our time.

DETAILS:

Tues Oct 22, 2013
4:10-7:30pm
VC 112 (Alumni Hall), Old Vic Bldg, 91 Charles St W

MORE INFO:

For further information on the film (including a trailer) see: thelawfilm.com 
For details about the event, please contact Sofia Ijaz at sofia.ijaz@utoronto.ca or visit us on Facebook here.

VC 112 (Alumni Hall), Old Victoria College Building
91 Charles St W (Old Vic College is located behind the Isabel Bader Theatre at 93 Charles Street W. near the Museum Subway stop)
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
Sofia Ijaz

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