Screening Thursday, March 19, 2020, 7-9 pm
Indiana Landmarks Center, 1201 Central Avenue, Indianapolis
Discussion and Reception follow the screening
Join the Indiana Coalition for Independent Redistricting for the Indiana premier of Uncivil War, a documentary film directed by Richmond, Indiana native Tom Glynn and featuring coalition leaders Julia Vaughn of Common Cause Indiana and Debbie Asberry of the League of Women Voters of Indiana.
Tickets $20 each or $35/couple Purchase your tickets here:
Gerrymandering, voter suppression, disinformation… Do our votes matter anymore? Uncivil War unravels a web of threats to American elections, separates truth from fiction, and exposes a hidden war against democracy itself. Through conversations with experts, politicians, and activists fighting on both sides of the partisan divide, we examine our system of government and search for a way to renew it.
TOM GLYNN, DIRECTOR
Tom Glynn is an experienced film director and producer. Most recently he partnered with BFNA to direct The Troubles with Brexit, a documentary examining the history of conflict in Northern Ireland and the unintended consequences of Brexit there. In 2014, Tom wrote and directed Automotive, the LATimes’ “pick of the Dances With Films Festival,” a neo-noir shot entirely from inside a ’64 Mercury. Prior, he and Pulitzer Prize winner Ayad Akhtar teamed up with Joseph Costello to make the critically acclaimed film The War Within (Magnolia, 2006). The film was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards including Best Screenplay. Tom founded Gauge Theory Creative in 2011, a production company based in Santa Monica, CA with clients including NBATV, Bleacher Report, Special Olympics, Museum of Natural History, Tiffany & Co., MAGIC Fashion Shows, Coterie and more. Tom earned an MFA in directing from Columbia University, and a BA in Physics from Amherst College.
TONY SILBERFELD, PRODUCER
Tony Silberfeld joined the Bertelsmann Foundation in April 2014. As director of the Transatlantic Relations program, he oversees projects covering politics, economics and social challenges in the Euro-Atlantic sphere. In addition he has produced six documentary films and is the author of two books examining the nexus between technology and democracy around the world, including in Italy, Mexico, Cuba, Latvia, India and the United Kingdom.
Tony joined the Foundation after seven years with the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office where he was head of political and public affairs at the Northern Ireland bureau. Prior to his tenure at the embassy, Tony spent several years as a foreign policy advisor in the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives. He also spent time in the private sector with the international team of Booz Allen Hamilton. Tony received his BA from Tulane University and Masters from the University of Denver.