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    “Our Mockingbird” Documentary Directed by Sandy Jaffe

    Presented by at Regent Theatre

    January 17, 2014


    “Our Mockingbird” Documentary Directed by Sandy Jaffe

    Sandy Jaffe’s film follows students at two different high schools—one black, one white—just outside of her native Birmingham, Alabama, who collaborate on a life-changing theatrical version of Harper Lee’s influential novel To Kill A Mockingbird. Through interviews with such individuals as Mary Badham and Phillip Alford (who played Scout and Jem, respectively, in the original film version), Harvard Law School professor Charles Ogletree, Pulitzer Prize-winning writers and journalists Diane McWhorter and Rick Bragg, Congressman John Lewis, judges, teachers, and students, the film illustrates how this story about racial injustice in small town Alabama can be a lens for looking at past and current issues of race, class, gender, and justice. Recommended for teens and adults.

    Regent Theatre

    7 Medford Street
    Arlington, MA 02474

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    Admission Info:

    General Admission $8

    Phone: {781} 646-4849


    The Regent Theatre has free parking right across the street from the theatre on weeknights and Saturday after 6pm, and all day Sunday. All spots are free (including “permit only” spots) after listed times.

    Accessibility Information:

    Assisted listening system available. Wheelchair access in lower level orchestra only, no balcony access.

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