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Los Feliz 3 | Q&A with Filmmaker & Philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy
Co-presented with Justice for Kurds and the L.A. Jewish Film Festival
Special exclusive screening by RSVP only
This is a Free Event. RSVP does not guarantee admission. Attendees with RSVPs will be admitted on a first come, first served basis until the theatre reaches capacity.
This is a vaccinated-only screening.
Home / Now Showing / THE WILL TO SEE
Bernard-Henri Levy is a French philosopher, filmmaker, activist and the author of more than 30 books. His new documentary film, THE WILL TO SEE, came about in 2020 when Lévy was sent by a group of international newspapers to bear witness and report from countries around the world overcome with suffering and hardship, disrupted by war and the most challenging geopolitical disasters, yet no one seemed to be paying attention. A journey to Nigeria, Syrian and Iraqi Kurdistan, Ukraine, Somalia, Bangladesh, Greece, Libya and Afghanistan, Lévy’s film is an unflinching look at the world’s most unreachable hotspots and urgent humanitarian crises throughout the pandemic.
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