Bring It to the Table
Republicans & Democrats, Dialogue Not Diatribe

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Olivia

In light of the current divisive nature of the political climate, it was very refreshing to watch staunch Democrat, Julie Winokur, attempt to understand Republican sentiment. Whether she succeeded or not is debatable but the message from both Republicans and Democrats was consistent - being ...Read more

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Dylan

With the presidential election heating up, and the insults flying, this is an important and timely film about relearning to communicate and engage with people who hold radically different viewpoints from oneself. Everyone who cares about the state of democracy in the U.S. should see this ...Read more

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Julie

I made this film because my 17-year-old son accused me of being politically intolerant. Rather than contributing to hyper-partisanship, I decided to engage with people from all political stripes from across the U.S and listen to their beliefs. I wanted to create a film that would inspire ...Read more

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