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Diocesan newspaper editor to join Jason Berry, SNAP for panel discussion at 'Spotlight' screening

Peter Finney Jr., executive editor and general manager of the Clarion Herald, the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, will participate in a Friday panel discussion accompanying a screening of the film “Spotlight.” 169 more words

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Panel discussion at 'Spotlight' screening to include SNAP representative, award-winning investigative reporter Jason Berry

The Louisiana chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and Loyola University will host a “Spotlight” screening and panel discussion on Friday featuring award-winning investigative reporter Jason Berry and a representative from the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP). 133 more words

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Film Showing: Trashed, by Jeremy Irons

Please come along and support Folkestone & Hythe in Transition by not only attending yourself but inviting others along as well so please spread the word! 89 more words


Student, pro members explore ethics through 'Shattered Glass' showing

Three professional journalists who are University of Louisiana alumni joined six of the UL Lafayette SPJ chapter members on May 23 for the chapter’s required ethics meeting, a showing of the film “Shattered Glass.” The movie is about the scandal at the New Republic in 1998, when reporter Stephen Glass was found to have fabricated all or parts of 27 articles.  88 more words

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Film Showing, 1 Day, 1 Araw with Little Lights

Thanks to Ate Jen Uy, she connected us to Ate Honey Cruz who organizes events including shoots for movies and TV. We got to invite 30 children to Meralco Main Theater for a special screening. 80 more words

JCI Manilena’s Film Showing: Hunger Games with Pangarap Foundation & Little Lights

It was our 9th film showing and third with avid supporter and partner, JCI Manilena. This time we got the teens to enjoy the last and fourth installment of the Hunger Games franchise. 77 more words