WGAW Screening of '96 Minutes,' May 2 in LA

The WGAW Committee of Women Writers and the WGAW Latino Writers Committee present a screening and Q&A for the film 96 Minutes.
 
Wednesday, May 2 at 7:30PM
7000 W. Third Street - 2nd floor, Del Reisman Multipurpose Room
Los Angeles, CA 90048
 
A Q&A will follow with Writer/Director Aimee Lagos

96 Minutes is the spellbinding story of a carjacking and four kids caught in the hair-raising chaos of one night.  The story builds to a thrilling climax as it intercuts between the car and the beginning of that day, following the separate stories of each kid - where they come from, who they are, and how they all ended up in one car on this fateful night. With incredible performances by a young cast, this riveting moral tale touches on the issues of race, class, friendship and our connections to our past. Not all of them are innocent, not all of them survive, but in these 96 minutes the choices they each make will change their lives forever.

An RSVP is required in order to attend the screening.
with "96 Minutes" in the subject line.
 
A light reception will be served prior to the screening

(Parking available in the WGAW parking garage located 1 block south of Third St. off of Blackburn)