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 Columbine School Shooting Documentary Follows Survivors 20 Years Later

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PostSubject: Columbine School Shooting Documentary Follows Survivors 20 Years Later   Columbine School Shooting Documentary Follows Survivors 20 Years Later Icon_minitimeMon Apr 01, 2019 3:58 pm

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Leading up to the 20th anniversary of the shooting at Columbine High School this month, a new feature documentary revisits the hallways of the Colorado school and explores the topic of school shootings through the experiences of survivors.

We Are Columbine, directed by one such survivor, Laura Farber, will be released in select theatres on April 9 by Virgil Films. It will also be on DVD and video on demand ahead of a streaming engagement on Hulu starting April 15.

Columbine was among the first high-profile cases of mass shootings erupting on a school campus. The heavy burden carried by survivors has returned to the news with two survivors of last year’s Parkland shooting in Florida committing suicide in recent weeks. The father of a young victim of the Sandy Hook tragedy also died by apparent suicide last week.

We Are Columbine follows four students who experienced the shooting at the school, which is in the Denver suburb of Littleton. Farber, who was a freshman at the time, captures the perspectives of classmates returning to the school for the first time and offering their accounts of the events then and their lives since. Some of the students who survived now are parents themselves, sending their children to schools whose campuses and administrations have been shaped by Columbine.

Virgil Films, founded and run by Joe Amodei, has been an active indie distributor since 2003. While it has released films of all stripes, it has gained a reputation in the documentary arena with films like the I Am … series featuring portraits of Paul Walker, Chris Farley and others, as well as Oscar-nominated titles like Restrepo.


I wonder if any new information will be shown in this documentary.

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Hi, this is the same one that I saw in November. I did a little write up about it!

I got to meet Mr. DeAngelis and ask a question At the panel discussion.

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Hi, this is the same one that I saw in November. I did a little write up about it!

I got to meet Mr. DeAngelis and ask a question At the panel discussion.

Is it worth watching? Sounds like a 13 families part 2 sort of.
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slippy123 wrote:
Screamingophelia wrote:
Hi, this is the same one that I saw in November. I did a little write up about it!

I got to meet Mr. DeAngelis and ask a question At the panel discussion.

Is it worth watching? Sounds like a 13 families part 2 sort of.

Yes. I think it’s really good. There’s also some funny moments. One of the boys that was in the art room talked about how the swat team members caught him while he was peeing in the garbage can because they were stuck in the classroom for so long. So the kids had to take turns peeing

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