Indiewire reports that Richard Abramowitz, founder and president of film distributor Abramorama, and Courtney Sheehan, Executive Director of Northwest Film Forum, have organized a nation-wide series of screenings and discussions about Islamophobia. It's called The Seventh Art Stand, and it will take place in the month of May. Involving 30 locations in 18 states, the series has many big names attached to it (Laurie Anderson, Ramin Bahrani, Steve Buscemi, Jonathan Demme, Paul Haggis, Woody Harrelson, Mary Harron, Neil LaBute, Jonathan Lethem, Robert Stone, John Turturro, and Natalie Merchant). Cinema has something important to say about Trump's America.
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