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Documentary Screening & Discussion with Anthony Giacchino

Thursday, April 28, 2022, 02:00pm - 03:00pm

Documentary screening & discussion

with Academy Award winning Director Anthony Giacchino

April 28, 2-3pm

via Zoom

Register here


Sponsored by the History Department & Public History Program

open to all Rutgers community members


How do you choose which story you're going to tell?

Historians, journalists, and filmmakers explore this question daily in their work. The choices they make about how to share the narratives they excavate can change fundamental perceptions of human experience. Join documentary filmmaker and director of The Camden 28 and Colette Anthony Giacchino for a screening of his newest documentary and a discussion of his craft.

Giacchino will be teaching two courses at RU-NB in 2022-23 and collaborating with Rutgers students on an exciting new public history project commemorating The Camden 28 and the political and social historical landscape of 1971.


Suggested advanced reading: 

"Let's go to the tape," Talkhouse, June 7, 2021 

"In art, recalling a century-old tragedy," New York Times, February 14, 2011


Flyer: Giacchino_Anthony_film_screening_Public_History_April_28_2022.pdf