The Foundation for Global Sports Development,
Sidewinder Films, Courage First and the Museum of Tolerance
invite you and a guest to special screening of

AT THE HEART OF GOLD
Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal

Wednesday, November 6, 2019
at 7 PM

Peltz Theater
Museum of Tolerance
9786 West Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90035

"Empowering"
-- The Hollywood Reporter


"Gut-punching potency"
-- Variety

  This feature-length documentary investigates the dangerous culture that allowed abuser Larry Nassar to operate for so long, and the organizations that prioritized winning over child safety. Using a mix of original and rarely seen archival footage, At The Heart of Gold examines a culture that silenced young women for decades and how they fought to reclaim their own narratives. The film puts the survivors’ stories at the forefront, following their fight for accountability from the powerful institutions that failed them.
   

Q&A with Director Erin Lee Carr, Producer Dr. Steven Ungerleider, Producer David Ulich, and Melody van der Veen, a Sister Survivor featured in the film.

A reception will follow.

 
This event is offered at no charge. RSVP is required. 
 
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