Screening of “PUZZLES” – A film by Prof. Tami Gold and IMA student David Pavlosky

On Tuesday, February 11th, The Hunter College Women and Gender Studies, The Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, The New York City Anti-Violence Project, and The Empire State Pride Agenda presents:
PUZZLES, When Hate Came To Town, a film by David Pavlosky and Tami Gold.

The screening will be held at 6:30PM at the Lang Recital Hall in Hunter College NYC.
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This event is free and Open to the Public.

Promotional Poster for Puzzles, showcasing screenshots from the film and the date for the screening

About the film:
Today LGBT people are far more likely than any other minority group in the United States to be victimized by violent hate crimes. PUZZLES tells the story of a hate crime in an LGBT bar in New Bedford, MA when a teenager brutally attacks its patrons.

Guest Speakers:
Allison Steinberg – Empire State Pride Agenda, Shelby Chestnut – New York City Anti-Violence Project, Zave Martohardjono – Astraea Foundation, David Pavlosky & Tami Gold – Filmmakers