You Belong To Me: Sex, Race, and Murder in the South
In honor of Women’s History Month, Enzian and Zora! Festival are proud to present YOU BELONG TO ME: SEX RACE AND MURDER IN THE SOUTH. Over sixty years ago, a murder rocked Live Oak, Florida and awakened the nation. Today, the ghosts still remain.
After the screening, be sure to remain to hear three panelists, Prof. Deleso Alford, LL.M., Florida A & M University; Dean Lisa Barkley, MD, FAAFP, UCF College of Medicine; and M. C. Santana, Ph.D., Director of Women’s and Gender Studies, UCF, bring a topical perspective to the film.
This film is for mature audiences.
Passes, discounts, and table reservations cannot be used for this event.
USA, 2014, In English, 88 min, Unrated, Directed by John Cork