Denison University's 18th Annual Human Rights Film Festival presents a screening of "The Square."

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Denison University’s 18th Annual Human Rights Film Festival presents a screening of “The Square.”

“The Square” follows the progress of the Egyptian crisis of the early 2010s. The film begins with the January 25th Revolution in Tahrir Square and follows the protests into the heart of the crisis. “The Square” received widespread praise for its depiction of and storytelling to explain the Egyptian Crisis.

Post Film Q&A moderated by Caitlin Miles


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