Filmmaker Robert Greene has pushed the boundaries of collaborative documentary in innovative films such as Kate Plays Christine and Bisbee ‘17. In Procession, he deepens his practice of collaboration to document a drama-therapy project working with six men in Kansas City, Missouri who were abused by Catholic priests as children. “Greene’s process — free of judgment, rooted in care — raises compelling questions about documentary filmmaking and what it can accomplish” (The Hollywood Reporter).
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This screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director Robert Greene.
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