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Join Isaac Scott and Professor Bruce Levitt (PMA) for a free screening of BEFORE TIME / AFTER TIME, a film by the Arts, Justice and Safety Coalition.

The film will be introduced by Scott and Levitt and a panel discussion will follow the screening. This film is produced as the culmination of the Claiming the Justice Narrative Project, which seeks to support recent incursions in the felony court space by furthering alternatives to incarceration policy shifts. “By investing in preventative measures and dismantling outdated constructs,” says Scott, “we envision a future where the need for previous punitive systems becomes obsolete.”  

The screening is free and open to the public. This film is intended to center the lived experiences of people who have survived incarceration and some content may be triggering to some audience members.

The workshop and screening are funded in part through a grant from the Community Partnership Funding Board, a program of the Einhorn Center for Community engagement and is co-sponsored by The Partnership Funding Board, Art Beyond Cornell, The Phoenix Players Theatre Group, Arts Justice Safety Coalition, Engaged Cornell, the Department of Performing and Media Arts, and Paul Lincoln Sawyer. The film is funded by a grant from the Art for Justice Fund, the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, the Society for the Humanities at Cornell University, and the JC Flowers Foundation.

Watch the trailer: