Monday, October 3, 2011

Special Screening of "Finding Kind" At Villa Academy On Wednesday

Finding Kind Screening at Villa Academy

Villa Academy (5001 NE 50th Street) is hosting a screening of the documentary "Finding Kind" on Wednesday evening from 7-9pm in the Rainbow Theater.

The movie is for parents of girls and their daughters in fifth grade or older, or just parents if daughters are younger than 5th grade.

Ticket can be purchased here in advance for $10 ticket or $15 at the door. 

The movie desciption says:

Finding Kind is a documentary that explores the universal truths about growing up as girls and the bullying that occurs between girls. Two young female filmmakers set out on a cross-country journey interviewing women and girls about their lives. They find among all of the unique stories, as well as interviews with experts in fields of psychology and education, some universal truths about growing up as girls. This experience has led them to create the Kind Campaign to seek to find a common ground of kindness and mutual respect.
Already creating buzz at film festivals and schools across the country, Finding Kind documents the 10,000-mile cross-country journey of Lauren Parsekian and Molly Thompson, two first time filmmakers who were both teen victims of “mean girls”.
(picture courtesy of Finding Kind website) 

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