Wider Lens: Unbroken Glass

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Thursday, March 28, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Meet Filmmaker-in-Residence Matt Lauterbach in the first of a three-part series showcasing Kartemquin Film documentaries. Unbroken Glass, a film by Dinesh Sabu, was co-written and edited by Lauterbach. Sabu's parents died when he was six years old. Raised by his older siblings, he had little idea who his parents were or where he came from. Through making Unbroken Glass, he attempts to piece together their story and his own. Not rated, 57 minutes.

Enjoy light refreshments and a discussion facilitated by Matt.

This film is a part of Wider Lens, a monthly program series featuring film documentaries that spark conversation. This is the first in a three part takeover series by Matt Lauterbach. Upcoming Wider Lens screenings at 7 p.m. in Hendrickson Room include:

April 18 - All the Queen's Horses
May 16 - Academy Award nominated Minding the Gap

Presenter: 
Matt Lauterbach
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Signups open until Thu, 03/28/2019 - 7:00pm

03/28/2019 19:00:00 03/28/2019 21:00:00 America/Chicago Wider Lens: Unbroken Glass Arlington Heights Memorial Library Program Hendrickson - North, Hendrickson - South,

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