MPH, F.A.C.P. October 2: Drive-in screening & discussion to find out what local organizers in Charlotte, NC are doing for environmental justice. “It had never been more obvious to me how deeply flawed and immoral our national priorities are. Along the way, Helfand forges inextricable links between extreme weather, extreme disparity, and extreme racism, daring to ask: what if a zip code was just a routing number and not a life-or-death sentence? COOKED: Survival By Zip Code will be having an encore broadcast on Monday, July 13th, 2020 on PBS Independent Lens, the 25th anniversary of the most traumatic heatwave in U.S. history. She also notes that 1995’s inequities were typical of United States’ disaster responses. She is currently producing END OF LOVE, a story about the dangerous intersection of technology, adolescence and porn. It was the 24th anniversary of the 1995 Heat Wave, the hottest summer on record, and the City had just welcomed a new mayor who was committed to addressing systemic inequity and the climate crisis. Cooked: Survival by Zip Code tells the story of the tragic 1995 Chicago heatwave, the most traumatic in U.S. history, in which 739 citizens died over the course of just a single week, most of them poor, elderly, and African American. Run a test to ensure OVEE works properly on your computer. Co-Chair of the Arkansas Poor People's Campaign. FOLLOW US: In 2007, Helfand received a United States Artist Fellowship, one of 50 awarded annually to “America’s finest living artists.” In 2016 she was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Documentary Branch. (Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Illinois School of Public Health) | Moderator: Anne Evens (Elevate Energy), TUESDAY July 23rd @ 8pm - Social Determinants of Health: Closing the Life Expectancy Gap - Part 2, Panelists: Fernando De Maio (DePaul University), Wesley Epplin (Health & Medicine Policy Research Group and Collaborative for Health Equity Cook County), Judith Helfand (Director/Producer, COOKED: Survival by Zip Code), Brenda Rodriguez | Moderator: James Bloyd, Collaborative for Health Equity, THURSDAY July 25th @ 8pm From A Social Autopsy to A Palace for the People: A conversation with filmmaker Judith Helfand and author, Eric Klinenberg about the value of social capital and community-based institutions as life saving forces | Moderator: Jamie Nesbitt Golden (Block Club Chicago), Woods Hole Film Festival - Woods Hole, MA - July 29, San Francisco Jewish Film Festival - San Francisco, CA - July 22, 24; August 4, Gene Siskel Film Center - Chicago, IL - July 12 - July 25, Filmmakers and special guests in-person at select screenings, Sarasota Film Festival - Sarasota, FL - April 13, 14, Detroit Free Press Film Festival (FREEP) - Detroit, MI - April 12, Princeton Environmental Film Festival - Princeton, NJ - April 11, Environmental Film Festival at Yale - New Haven, CT - April 6, Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival - Philadelphia, PA - April 6, DC Environmental Film Festival - Washington, D.C. - March 17, University of Wisconsin, Center for the Humanities - March 7, For media requests and inquiries, please contact:2050 Group: 212-642-4317 (O) 202-422-4673 ©Adam Segal, firstname.lastname@example.orgKartemquin Films: 773-472-4366Tim Horsburgh, email@example.com, 25th anniversary of the 1995 Chicago Heat Wave Cook County press conference | Cook County, July 13, 2020, Former county health chief: Racism common factor in deaths in ’95 Chicago heat wave, COVID-19, Chicago Sun-Times | Chicago Sun Times | June 28, 2020, Chicago’s 1995 heatwave: Filmmakers on ‘Cooked’ and how race, privilege determined who lived and who died |Chicago Tribune |10 July 2019, ‘Cooked: Survival by ZIP Code’ review: A withering look at the 1995 Chicago heat wave |Chicago Tribune |10 July 2019, ‘Cooked’: Edifying documentary sheds light on Chicago’s deadly ‘95 heat wave |Chicago Sun Times |10 July 2019, Hot Heat Hot: A Review of Cooked: Survival of Zip Code |NewCity |12 July 2019, Review: Cooked Explores the Inequality of Natural Disaster Response |Third Coast Review |12 July 2019, The Deadly Chicago Heat Wave Is As Relevant to Racial Justice Today As It Was 25 Years Ago | NRDC, July 15, 2020, New Film ‘Cooked’ Revisits Chicago’s Deadly Heat Wave |WTTW Chicago PBS |18 July 2019, Chicago Scene: COOKED: Survival by Zip Code |WGN 9 |19 July 2019, Judith Helfand’s COOKED: SURVIVAL BY ZIP CODE (New Documentary) |Cine-File |19 July 2019. In addition to producing COOKED: Survival by Zip Code, Doremus co-produced the Academy Award nominated and Emmy Award winning, ABACUS: Small Enough to Jail for PBS’ Frontline series. Cook County hosted a limited public screening of the documentary, COOKED: Survival By Zip Code, with a panel discussion and live Q&A on Thursday, September 17 at 5:30 pm. As Creative Director she helped design and lead Chicken & Egg Pictures’ mentorship and funding programs for nearly a decade, served as a Producer on the Oscar-nominated, Dupont-winning short, THE BARBER OF BIRMINGHAM and Executive Producer on the award-winning films SEMPER FI: ALWAYS FAITHFUL, PRIVATE VIOLENCE and HOT GIRLS WANTED. Dr. Marshall Hatch (New Mount Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church), Chief Rabbi Capers Shmuel Funnye (Beth Shalom B’nai Zaken Ethiopian Hebrew Congregation) and Rabbi Lizzi Heydemann (Mishkan Chicago) | Moderator: Judith Helfand (Director/Producer, COOKED: Survival by Zip Code), FRIDAY July 19th @ 8:15pm - Radical Resilience: The Art and Soul of Place Making, Place Taking-back and Transformation, Panelists: Naomi Davis (Blacks In Green), Judith Helfand (Director/Producer, COOKED: Survival by Zip Code), Danielle Perry (Growing Home), Anton Seals (Grow Greater Englewood) | Moderator: Daniel Block (Professor, Chicago State University; Adjunct Professor, Northwestern University), SATURDAY July 20th @ 7:30pm - Chicago and Cook County: Today and Moving Forward, Panelists: Alma Anaya (Cook County Commissioner of the 7th District), Allison Arwady (Acting Commissioner Chicago Department of Public Health), Judith Helfand (Director/Producer, COOKED: Survival by Zip Code), Dr. Terry Mason (Chief Operating Officer, Cook County Department of Public Health), Ranjani Prabhakar (Deputy Policy Director - Climate Change, City of Chicago) | Moderator Alden Loury (Senior Editor: Race, Class & Communities, WBEZ), SUNDAY July 21st @ 5:15pm - Social Determinants of Health: Closing the Life Expectancy Gap - Part 1 (In dedication to the life, work and legacy of Dr. Steve Whitman), Panelists: David Ansell, MD, MPH (Rush University Medical Center), Maureen Benjamins PhD, (Sinai Urban Health Institute), Dr. Linda Rae Murray, M.D.
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