This event is sold out and tickets are required for entry. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. Please arrive early as empty seats will be filled at 6:55 p.m.
Ticket is required for entrance on paper or smart phone
Doors open at 6 pm must be present by 6:55 pm or ticket will be void
A feature length documentary (SXSW 2017) chronicling a family's fight for justice after Dontre Hamilton was shot 14 times and killed by a Milwaukee Police Officer in 2014. Offering a painful, yet hopeful glimpse inside a movement born out of tragedy
A talkback session will follow the screening with Maria Hamilton, Nate Hamilton, Damieon Hamilton and the director of the film Erik Ljung moderated by Marquette faculty member Monique Liston.
The goal of this screening is to inspire both students and community members to act upon racial injustices.
Free and open to the public
Check out the trailer: vimeo.com/205828363
Milwaukee Film Festical Centerpiece Film
Nominated for SXSW Grand Jury Award
Excellence in Film Making at Indie Memphis Film Festival
Best Documentary at the Monmouth Film Festival
Excellence in Documentary Storytelling at the Destiny City Film Festival
Limited street parking is available and is free on Sunday. Pay attention to street signs for best options.
Limited parking is available for $10 per vehicle in the 16th Street Parking Structure located at 749 N. 16th St. and the Wells St. Structure located at 1240 W. Wells St. When entering a structure, please pull a ticket. When ready to leave, please pay for parking at the pay-on-foot station in the structure lobby or in the exit lane. The only payment method accepted is a credit card. Cash is notaccepted.
Directions to Varsity Theater: marquette.edu/campus-map/location.php?id=Varsity%20Theatre