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April 21st, 2007 · No Comments · By

At 8pm The Bridge will screen Searching For Angela Shelton at their art space behind Spudnuts. Here’s the description:

“The film documents Shelton’s personal journey into her difficult past. Beginning in 2001, the filmmaker began contacting and interviewing women, across the country, who shared her name. She came to discover that of the 40 women interviewed over half had been raped, beaten, or molested. The discovery ultimately leads Shelton to confront her own past in an emotional and candid meeting with her father, who molested her and her step siblings for several years. The film beautifully illustrates the importance of forgiveness, faith, and the power of the human spirit.”

Tickets are $10 at the door (proceeds will benefit FCAC), and a discussion with Shelton will follow the screening.

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