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Derrida: The real man behind the philosopher

Jacques Derrida is a diverse man and reflects this in his profession as a philosopher in which he asks and answers complex questions which all come from a man who when experienced through Kirby Dick and Amy Zierag Kofman’s biography of Jacques Derrida reveals him as a simpler yet multi-dimensional identity. 677 more words


Review: "The Hunting Ground"

“What happens in college, stays in college…kind of.”

Documentarian Kirby Dick’s fascination with sexual violence, prejudice, therapy and censorship in a number of different realms has continued to fuel much of his inquisitive, traumatizing filmography. 1,486 more words


Hooman Interviews the Director of 'The Hunting Ground'!

Hooman of the Sarah and Vinnie morning show interviews Kirby Dick: the writer and director of Sundance Film Festival’s most talked about movie of 2015! Hooman and Bryn both went to the screening for this movie and felt it was an absolute necessity that the word gets out about this movie! 58 more words


The Hunting Ground, reviewed: Campus confidential

Is it too much to say that institutions breed rape? The anecdotal evidence from prisons is so widespread it’s often played for laughs; see the upcoming Will Ferrell comedy… 531 more words


'Sadly, it wasn't difficult to find survivors:' Kirby Dick on his new campus sexual assault doc The Hunting Ground

There’s a point about midway through The Hunting Ground that sees a number of female students from universities across the U.S. discussing fraternities. One such institution, Sigma Alpha Epsilon — chapters of which exist across the U.S. 924 more words


Campus Rape Docu 'The Hunting Ground' Prompts He Said, She Said Dialogue On Alleged Assault By FSU Star Jameis Winston

The Kirby Dick-directed documentary The Hunting Ground premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to strong reviews about its investigation of sexual assaults on campus, and the difficulty victims encounter when school bureaucrats try to handle disputes internally. 913 more words