Thursday, March 14, 2013 -
5:30pm to 8:30pm EDT
Ford Foundation, 320 East 43rd Street, NYC
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Please join us for a wine-and-cheese reception, followed by a screening of the documentary Ethel, and a brief discussion to follow.
Ethel is a feature length documentary about the remarkable life of Ethel Kennedy, told by those who know Ethel best: her family. Directed by her Emmy-Award winning daughter, Rory Kennedy, the film features candid interviews with Ethel and seven of her children. The film is a personal portrait of Ethel’s political awakening, the life she shared with Robert F. Kennedy, and the years following his death when she raised their eleven children on her own. Intimate, funny, and deeply moving, Ethel offers a rare look inside a political dynasty strengthened by family bonds, a compassion for others, and a wisdom forged from both hardship and triumph.
For Philanthropy New York Members Only: Join the filmmakers and panelists for an exclusive meet-and-greet during the reception.
Member's guests are also welcome.
Part of Philanthropy New York's Documentary Series.
This program is "Mostly Open."
Funders, nonprofit colleagues, and other friends are invited to this reception, film screening, and panel discussion. All are welcome!