WAR DON DON follows the trial of Issa Sesay at the Special Court for Sierra Leone, and explores the contradictions of a man who dealt in blood diamonds, commanded child soldiers and was blamed for mass atrocities against civilians, while also being credited with ending the war.
Film screening introduced by Anne Archer, actress and founder of Artists for Human Rights.
Panel discussion to follow with producer/director and Harvard Law Lecturer Rebecca Richmond Cohen, Elise Keppler, Senior Counsel, Human Rights Watch, Prof. Michael Renov, USC School of Cinematic Arts, and moderated by Prof. Hannah Garry, USC Gould School of Law and director International Human Rights Clinic.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The Ray Starke Family Theatre, USC School of Cinematic Arts.
For parking and RSVP visit http://cinema.usc.edu/WarDonDon