Raise Your Voice - Live Q&A



Home Viewing Sun, May 17, 2020 7:00 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:FREE EVENT
Film Info
Is Q&A:True
Programs:New American Visions
Minnesota Made
Women & Film
Spotlight: 2020 Vision
Runtime:30 min


Sunday, May 17 at 7:00pm: Join MSPIFF, Star Tribune Columnist John Rash, Raise Your Voice director Maribeth Romslo, and special guests for a live Q&A and conversation about the film and to take your questions.

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Director Biography

Maribeth Romslo

Edina-based filmmaker Maribeth Romslo has been a director, cinematographer, and producer who has worked on a number of short films, including the short film “Spark Moments” (2018) and created an original content for Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine media.

About the film


This moving documentary follows the passionate reporters of the Eagle Eye (the student run newspaper at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School) and their work to cover the school shooting and the NRA.

These young reporters, and the student protesters who inspired them to write at length about assault rifles and the work to keep them legal, work as hard as just about any reporter, doggedly trying to get to the bottom of the story that so impacted their lives. But Maribeth Romslo’s film shows us that these students are not alone, as they carry on the tradition of Tinker vs. Des Moines in the 60’s and the growing movement of young people seeking social change. From Black Lives Matter to Greta Thunberg’s fight to stop global warming, these young voices will not be silenced.