At the Top of My Voice
060 Eggers Hall
Fighting for Democracy & Human Rights in Georgia – Film Showing and Discussion with Activists. “At the Top of My Voice” (Directed by Larry Kamerman and Sudhir Venkatesh). A verité documentary about two Georgian activists fighting for democracy and human rights in their home country, At the Top of My Voice is one story of those who struggle for free thought and expression. Set against the backdrop of the 2007 crackdown on democracy in the Republic of Georgia, the film follows activists Irakli Kakabadze and Anna Dolidze as they return to their native country to shine a light on the violence and corruption of President Saakashviliʹs regime and take part in monitoring his controversial reelection. The one hour film will be followed by a discussion with the activists highlighted in the film, Irakli Kakabadze and Anna Dolidze, who will address some of the issues raised in the film and be available for questions and answers.
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