Welcome to the new facebook page for the award-winning documentary PREY. The goals of this page are to share updates about film screenings, post information about related subject matter, and to bridge community efforts in seeking justice for survivors of clergy sexual abuse. Please share this page widely with friends, advocates, and community groups that will share an interest in this project.
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On May 5th, Hot Docs audiences voted PREY as the most popular Canadian Feature film at this year’s festival. The coveted Rogers Audience Award comes with a $50,000 cheque for PREY Director Matt Gallagher & Producer Cornelia Principe.
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Most civil, clergy sex abuse cases are settled quietly, out-of-court and far from public view. But PREY follows one survivor and his lawyer as they pursue justice through a public trial in the hopes of forcing the dark and hidden story of clergy sexual abuse to light. A local story with global resonance.
Repeat Screenings on:
Saturday, April 27th at 1 pm at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
Thursday, May 2 at 1:30 pm at the TIFF Lightbox 1
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The festival will be live from Monday, October 2nd until Sunday, October 8th. Read More
Thrilled to report that our short documentary Tilting at Windmills will screen as part of Vancouver Lift-Off Film Festival 2017's Local Filmmakers' Showcase on Wednesday, August 9th at 6:15 pm at Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2E8, Canada. Read More
If you're flying Air Canada between March - May 2017, you'll find our documentary How To Prepare For Prison in your inflight entertainment screening options! Read More
Tilting at Windmills was just released and now available to screen on-line. This short documentary tells the story of dying artist/ inventor Mauro Mavrinac who makes a deal with death for more time in order to finish his last and perhaps greatest creation. Read More
“Prison should be for people we’re scared of, not people we’re mad at.”
Benny Napoleon –
Sheriff, Detroit, Michigan
Fuelled by fear, regret, defiance and redemption, How To Prepare For Prison follows the story of three people facing prison for the first time, directed and shot by Matt Gallagher. Shot over three years, the feature goes behind the scenes and into the offices of lawyers and judges - and into the private homes of ordinary citizens caught in the crosshairs of the law. Read More