UPDATE: See the webcast of the discussion that took place after the screening, with Errol Morris and Farnoosh Hashemian, moderated by PHR’s Nathaniel Raymond.
I am excited to announce that we now have twenty-seven campuses joining us for PHR and Participant Media’s nationwide screening of Standard Operating Procedure on October 6 at 7pm EST!
Today, Monday, October 6, participating campuses will host an exclusive simulcast screening of SOP, prior to its release on DVD. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Errol Morris and Farnoosh Hashemian, lead author of PHR’s landmark report Broken Laws, Broken Lives, will appear together at Harvard Medical School for a webcast interview and a live-chat discussion with audiences on all the campuses.
Join us for this unprecedented event! See the link for the webcast at SOPScreening.org, and invite your friends to join us. Or come to the main screening at Harvard Medical School, at the Armenise (Bldg. D) Amphitheater, at 220 Longwood Ave., Boston. (Please plan to arrive at 6:30; the film will begin promptly at 7 p.m.)
Learn more about how health professionals played a major role in PHR’s investigative work to create Broken Laws, Broken Lives. Watch these videos from two key medical evaluators sharing their personal experiences evaluating the eleven detainees featured in the report:
- Learn more about filmmaker Errol Morris
- Watch the trailer for Standard Operating Procedure
- Watch the YouTube video of Farnoosh Hashemian talking about her involvement in Broken Laws, Broken Lives.
If you have any questions about PHR’s National Day of Awareness on October 6, please email Danielle.
We look forward to virtually meeting you all on October 6!