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IPNW Film Preview and Screening

Film Preview and Discussion - April 17th @ 6:30pm

Free exclusive preview of an untitled legal justice documentary

Limited seating available. Register by Friday, April 13th to save your spot!

Event Details

Emmy-nominated filmmaker, Ethan Steinman, is creating an educational documentary that explores the criminal justice system and proposed improvements from a layman's perspective. Join Ethan and members of the Innocence Project Northwest team for a ten-minute preview of the film, followed by a discussion about the film and how lessons learned from wrongful convictions can be used to improve the criminal justice system. 
 

When: Tuesday, April 17th 6:30-8pm

Where: UW Law School's William H. Gates Hall (4293 Memorial Way NE, Seattle, WA 98195) 

Cost: Free

 

Parking Information

The closest parking to William H. Gates Hall is in lot N5. Check-in at a parking gate upon entry to campus. The evening rate is $5.00 (cash/credit) after 5:00 p.m. 

Lot N5 is located at Memorial Way and Stevens Way at the north end of campus. Turn onto Memorial Way from NE 45th Street, check-in at the gatehouse and then turn left onto Stevens Way. Lot N5 is immediately on your left. After parking, walk across Stevens Way and then right, across Memorial Way to William H. Gates Hall. 

For disability accommodations, email Erin at lewalker@uw.edu.

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About the Filmmaker

Ethan Steinman

Ethan Steinman is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker who uses his decade of living between France and Argentina to drive him to create media with a unique approach and aesthetic. Over the past several years, he has directed the award-winning feature documentaries “Tesoros Descartados” and “Glacial Balance” as well as original content for clients including CNN, AJE, Dremel, FOX Sports, ESPN, adidas and Major League Soccer.


Film Funding Provided By

Wrongful Convictions by the Numbers

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