On September 10, Sundance Institute will present a free screening of Mrs. Goundo’s Daughter, a film about one Malian woman’s journey to protect her daughter. The screening will be held at the Park City Library, 1255 Park Ave., at 7:00 p.m.
Following the film, Erika George, a professor of law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, will join a group of panelists to discuss the film, human rights and the local refugee community. Other panelists include filmmakers Barbara Attie and Janet Goldwater, who received support from the Sundance Institute Documentary Program to make Mrs. Goundo’s Daughter, and Gerald Brown, Director of the Refugee Service Office for the State of Utah.
Founded by Robert Redford in 1981, Sundance Institute is a not-for-profit organization that fosters the development of original storytelling in film and theatre, and presents the annual Sundance Film Festival. Internationally recognized for its artistic development programs for directors, screenwriters, producers, film composers, playwrights and theatre artists, Sundance Institute has nurtured projects such as Angels in America, Spring Awakening, Boys Don’t Cry, Sin Nombre and Born into Brothels.