In addition to the Los Angeles Film Festival premiere screening of the new World of Wonder and Logo documentary Out of Iraq on June 2, the Annenberg Space for Photography is hosting a second screening on Saturday, June 4 with a Q&A following.
From the Annenberg Space for Photography’s website:
The Annenberg Space for Photography and Logo Documentary Films invite you to attend a screening of the new documentary Out of Iraq. The film tells the story of two enlisted men in Iraq – one an Iraqi solider, the other a U.S. translator – who fall in love before being forced to flee when one becomes the target for an honor killing. With thousands of miles between them, they fight to be reunited. Join us for a screening of Out of Iraq, followed by a discussion and Q&A with the directors, producers and subjects of the film, moderated by the LA Times‘ Tre’vell Anderson.
Out of Iraq is a World of Wonder film produced by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato; produced and co-directed by Academy Award-winner Eva Orner (Taxi to the Dark Side) and Chris McKim; and co-produced by Aaron Butler.