Virtual-At-Home Premiere Screening of California’s Forgotten Children Documentary to be held April 24

| April 21, 2020

Virtual-At-Home Premiere Screening of
California’s Forgotten Children Documentary 

 

Dear Friends,

I hope you are all staying healthy during the COVID-19 Pandemic. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and as communities across the country are in isolation, it is a crucial opportunity to learn about the signs of child abuse and how to prevent it.

After doing some extensive research on multiple platforms, I am excited to announce that California’s Forgotten Children documentary will have its first Virtual-At-Home Screening Premiere with a live Q and A Discussion.

 

 

 

The first screening will be this Friday, April 24th, 2020

Start the film at: 3:00PM PT 

Live Q&A Discussion with the Film Director: 5:00PM PT 

 

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Our second screening will be this Saturday, April 25th, 2020

Start the film at 4:30PM PT  

Live Q&A: 6:30PM PT with District Attorney Nancy O’Malley of Alameda county and Film Director. 

 

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We want to make these events feel like we are together as a community. If you have any questions you would like to ask myself the director or District Attorney Nancy O’Malley during the live Q&A please email them to screenings@californiasforgottenchildren.com

A selection of those questions will be answered as well as those who pose them in the chatbox during the live Q&A. 

 

 

 

If these screenings are a success and go smoothly, then our goal is to continue what we were doing for in-person screenings virtually. 

Documentaries can unite people in a way that no other art form can, and live screenings of California’s Forgotten Children documentary have proven it.

Let’s not forget about the children who need our help the most during these crucial times. With each opportunity, we hope to help end child abuse and neglect.

See you virtually on April 24th or April 25th, 2020. 

Sincerely,

Melody C. Miller

Director of California’s Forgotten Children Documentary
www.CaliforniasForgottenChildren.com

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