This year's most incendiary film is a startling exposé of sexual assault on college campuses that follows two courageous activists as they unmask a nationwide. An vielen amerikanischen Universitäten werden junge Menschen, in den meisten Fällen Frauen, Opfer von sexueller Gewalt. Anstatt sie zu unterstützen herrscht. Handlung von The Hunting Ground Wenn US-Amerikanerinnen nach der Highschool aufs College gehen, wird für viele ein Bildungstraum wahr, insbesondere.
Freiwild – Tatort UniversitätThis year's most incendiary film is a startling exposé of sexual assault on college campuses that follows two courageous activists as they unmask a nationwide. USA, ; 90′; Dokumentarfilm; OT: The Hunting Ground; Regie: Kirby Dick; Mit: Kirby Dick, Caroline Heldman, Diane Rosenfeld. Nach vielen Jahren auf der. The Hunting Ground (Foto: Amy Ziering, Kirby Dick). Jede fünfte Frau, die eine US-amerikanische Universität besucht, wird zur Zielscheibe von sexuellen.
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Winner Stanley Kramer Award. Amy Ziering "This powerful documentary gives a voice to the victims of student sexual assault - a national Nominee PGA Award.
Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures Amy Ziering. Winner Artisan Award. Diane Warren Song: "Til It Happens to You".
Winner Satellite Award. Best Original Song Song: "Till It Happens to You". Nominee Satellite Award. Nominee Seattle Film Critics Award.
Best Music, Original Song Lady Gaga Diane Warren Song: "Til It Happens to You". Nominee Grand Jury Award. Nominee SLFCA Award.
Nominee Best Documentary. Nominee Audience Award. Best Documentary Film Kirby Dick. New York governor Andrew Cuomo presented the film at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on June 2, to promote, and help pass, new legislation to address sexual assault at New York institutions of higher learning.
At the screening, Cuomo called the movie "an extraordinary documentary that really publicized this issue…and show how institutions were slow to respond.
Believe me, there will be fallout. Emily Yoffe of Slate challenged the accuracy of the documentary, based upon her evaluation of the testimony against Brandon Winston by witness Kamilah Willingham , who said that Winston had sexually assaulted a classmate.
The Crimson article also charged that the film's creators had included excerpts of a fake video—created as a prank for the student comedy group On Harvard Time —showing a female Harvard applicant vomiting upon learning she had been accepted to the university.
David Lisak , stating that the paper's claims were inaccurate and had little support from other academics. An additional controversy surrounded emails sent by producer Amy Herdy trying to solicit interviews for the film, in which Herdy stated that The Hunting Ground was "very much in the corner of advocacy for victims, so there would be no insensitive questions or the need to get the perpetrator's side.
In an open letter released in November , nineteen Harvard Law School professors Elizabeth Bartholet , Scott Brewer, Charles Donahue Jr.
Hay, Philip B. Heymann, David W. Kennedy, Duncan M. Kennedy, Randall L. Kennedy, Charles J. Ogletree Jr. Parker, J. Mark Ramseyer, David Rosenberg, Lewis D.
Sargentich, David L. Shapiro, Henry J. Steiner, Jeannie C. Suk, Laurence H. Tribe criticized The Hunting Ground. They wrote, "This purported documentary provides a seriously false picture both of the general sexual assault phenomenon at universities and of our student Brandon Winston," citing, among other sources, Emily Yoffe's article in Slate.
In a statement emailed to The Harvard Crimson, the film's director and producer, Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, criticized the law professors' letter, saying it was "irresponsible and raises an important question about whether the very public bias these professors have shown in favor of an assailant contributes to a hostile climate at Harvard Law".
Jeannie Suk , one of nineteen Harvard Law professors to sign the letter, told the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education that filmmaker's comment "exemplifies the reckless way some people use the concept of a hostile environment these days", and later tweeted "if actually accused of violating Title IX because of our criticism of thehuntinground we will not be allowed to speak about that".
Halley, stated "What [the filmmaker's statement] really means is that they don't want the debate". In a January 5, op-ed piece in the Huffington Post , filmmakers Dick and Zeiring reiterated their charges against the nineteen Harvard Law professors signing the letter, stating those professors had "launched a public campaign to discredit an assault survivor" and that their "aggressive actions send a very chilling message to all current and future students at Harvard and Harvard Law: if you report a sexual assault, your professors may come after you publicly".
Halley, a signatory to the original letter, disputed Dick and Zeiring's statement, saying " The Hunting Ground has profoundly misled the public about the ensuing processes which came out decisively against those claims".
Florida State University FSU President John Thrasher said that The Hunting Ground "contains major distortions and glaring omissions to support its simplistic narrative that colleges and universities are to blame for our national sexual assault crisis.
Kinsman's account, and its depiction of how her case was handled by Florida State University". On November 20, , lawyers for Jameis Winston sent a letter to CNN president Jeff Zucker threatening legal action against the network, should it air the film.
CNN ranked first among cable news networks during The Hunting Ground's time slot in the 25—54 demographic , and placed second for total viewers.
As the CNN air date of The Hunting Ground approached, media reports appeared stating that a crew member of The Hunting Ground had made edits to multiple Wikipedia pages in order to bring the content of those pages more closely in line with the film's narrative.
An assistant editor and technical supervisor working for the film's production company had openly made numerous edits, spanning several months, including edits to the page for Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston and to the page for The Hunting Ground itself.
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Retrieved November 20, Visalia Times-Delta. Gannett Company. November 30, Retrieved December 1, Metro U. Retrieved February 28, Retrieved January 8, The film's tone is one that is tense, and unsettling, sometimes even feeling like a horror film with its use of music.
The film also uses humor to help show the ignorance of our culture, for instance there is a moment in the film when a large group of college men gather together chanting "no means yes, yes means anal!
The film does have a few flaws, such as it's bias being more obvious or present than it should be. By that I mean the film would have been more powerful, and more engrossing if the audience were shown that the colleges have a reason for being the way they are, they aren't evil organizations.
Also some of the interviews, as powerful and relevant as they may be, feel detached from the story of Andrea and Annie, which makes the story seem a little too unfocused.
Because of this I also found myself occasionally wondering where the film was going, and when it would end. In the end Kirby's reasons for having these flaws is understandable, as he's trying to cover a topic too large for one film, especially a film that is only an hour and a half.
The stories and interviews in this film are powerful, and the film ambitiously attacks a cultural epidemic that does need to be changed. Dick's message comes at a time when society is even more unstable, and changing hopefully lots of people see movies like this and are inspired to act.
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External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. In an effort to dismiss the crisis of campus sexual assault, some rape deniers have attacked the findings of our film and some of the victims in it.
Whatever the motivation of these critics—and frankly it boggles the mind—the truth is on our side. These are the facts.
On January 16, third-year Harvard Law student Kamilah Willingham KW reported to the Harvard Office of Sexual Assault and Responses that she and her friend AB were sexually assaulted during the early morning hours of January 15 by fellow Harvard Law student Brandon Winston BW.
On January 18, Willingham filed a report regarding the assault allegations with Cambridge Police. The Board appointed an independent Fact Finder, an attorney, to investigate her claim.
After reviewing all of the evidence, the Board found the following :. As a result, on September 21, the Board imposed a sanction of dismissal on Winston.
The flawed appeal process violated a number of Title IX guidelines, and Harvard was later forced to change its policies in a settlement with the Department of Education.
The appeal process included the following actions:. In the settlement agreement of the Title IX complaint between the Department of Education DOE and Harvard Law School, Harvard Law was required to change its appeal process.
The DOE chose to highlight only one case without identifying names in their press release about why Harvard had to change its appeal process.
In March a jury convicted Winston for non-sexual assault.