From Mill Valley activist and filmmaker Gayle Donsky, Faces of Genocide is a powerful documentary that examines the worldwide ubiquity of genocide through the lens of recent atrocities committed in Bosnia, Darfur, and Cambodia, among others. Survivors share gripping personal stories as the film explores why so little progress has been made in preventing genocide and looks to future possibilities of effective international institutions to make a difference. Narrated by Peter Coyote, the film serves as a poignant reminder of the ways in which we are intimately connected through our common humanity and illuminates how civic, academic, and faith organizations can educate and contribute to solutions to this global humanitarian crisis. Directors: Paul Mariano, Kurt Norton. Producer: Gayle Donsky (US 2018) 30 min.
Following the screening there will be a panel discussion featuring genocide survivors who appear in the film, moderated by a leading human rights legal scholar.