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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 19, 2015
INDIA'S DAUGHTER U.S. THEATRICAL RELEASE
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New York, NY (October 2015) - Leslee Udwin's award-winning film INDIA'S DAUGHTER, about the 2012 fatal gang-rape of a woman in Delhi, opens in U.S. theaters this October. The film will screen in NYC and LA with openings in New York at Village East Cinema this Friday, October 23-29 and Los Angeles at Sundance Sunset Cinemas on October 30. Q&A's with director Leslee Udwin will take place throughout the New York run, starting opening day at the 7PM show moderated by Rosie O'Donnell, then Saturday and Sunday at the 2,4:30 & 7PM shows and also after the 7PM shows Monday-Thursday. For more information, and to purchase tickets click here. The theatrical distribution in the U.S. is being handled by Paladin and it will be broadcast on PBS|Independent Lens on November 16.
Introducing the film ahead of its U.S. theatrical release in New York on October 14, the Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep said that INDIA'S DAUGHTER deserved to win an Academy Award. "I'm on the campaign now to get her [Udwin] nominated for best documentary," she said. "When I first saw [the film], I couldn't speak afterwards." Streep has been a loyal supporter of INDIA'S DAUGHTER since its U.S. premiere in March. Feminist icon Gloria Steinem attended the special screening last Wednesday, which was co-hosted by Susan Sarandon and included a post screening discussion moderated by Katie Couric.
INDIA'S DAUGHTER, which was banned by Indian authorities in March, is the story of the brutal gang-rape and murder of 23-year-old medical student Jyoti Singh, which sparked protests and serious debate about gender inequality across India.
Join Meryl Streep in showing your support for ending gender based violence across the world. Support INDIA'S DAUGHTER on social media, use the hashtag #OurDaughterToo
and follow @IndiasDaughter
on Twitter & Facebook
. Watch the INDIA'S DAUGHTER trailer and see the film in theaters this October!
Emily Sternlicht, Marketing & Outreach Coordinator
Women Make Movies
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