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REMAND to Screen at Famed Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, CA

A private screening of REMAND will take place at The Historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, CA, on April 12, 2016


REMAND is an inspiring true story of the transformation of Uganda’s criminal justice program, sparked by one man’s quest for justice on behalf of a juvenile prisoner. This is the film about the power of an idea. The audience will look deep into the faces of despair through the eyes of twelve law students as they meet several prisoners in their darkest hours, and watch as the story unfolds and leads to dramatic change in the criminal justice system of an entire country. 

The Global Justice Program provides law students and lawyers with a unique opportunity to have a direct impact on the justice system in the developing world. “Our program imbeds law students in numerous judicial systems around the world for summer internships and connects practicing lawyers with a once-in-a-life-time opportunity to influence the development of the law in underdeveloped nations,” say Pepperdine Professor Jim Gash, who directs the Program.

Numerous international news outlets, including the BBC and Washington Post, have shared with their audiences this captivating story of human transformation and structural reform within a country’s justice system. 

View the BBC article.  

View the Washington Post article

About the Screening

Guests will be treated to a reception catered by Alex Peyton Events in The Egyptian Theatre courtyard beginning at 7pm with the introduction and screening to follow in the majestic Egyptian main theatre at 8pm. Federal District Court Judge Beverly Reid O’Connell will serve as the evening’s Master of Ceremonies. 

The private reception and screening will be held at the Historic Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Blvd. "The Egyptian Theatre is the home of the world's first movie premiere and a recipient of a National Trust for Historic Preservation Award," comments Anne Keshen, a Board member of The American Cinematheque, the leading film organization that owns the theatre. "The Egyptian has hosted many of the world's most revered film stars and premieres from Hollywood's Golden Age through present times."

Event Information

April 12, 2016, 7pm 
6712 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Parking adjacent to the Theatre 

Purchase tickets on Eventbrite.

For information visit http://remandfilm.com