October 16, 2016 | You Belong to Me | Wilmington, DE
“The documentary was well received by an enthusiastic and diverse audience”
I was so happy to show You Belong To Me at Wilmington, Delaware’s History Museum at the On Screen/In Person screening on Sunday, October 16th, 2016. Tina Betz is the Executive Director of the Light Up The Queen Foundation was most gracious to not only me, but to all of the guests in the newly renovated space in the Foundation.
The documentary was well received by an enthusiastic and diverse audience followed by a panel discussion of the film where we discussed events which took place in the 1950’s and how those events impact on events today.
The panel discussion was moderated by Jeffrey Spade who is with the Lower School Administrator Rudolf Steiner School in NYC. I was one of the panelists along with Angela Winard, head of the African American Heritage and Diversity Programming at Delaware Historical Society. The audience asked numerous questions regarding the content of the film as related to issues of rape, consent and women’s issues today.
For me, Light Up The Queen was a thoroughly enjoyable experience with warm and friendly people.
Post provided by On Screen/In Person filmmaker Jude Hagin