“She Stated” is coming to London early. Collectively Movies and Can’t Purchase My Silence (CBMS) are presenting an unique preview screening of the Maria Schrader-directed #MeToo drama, with all funds going to CMBS’s marketing campaign in opposition to the misuse of NDAs with survivors of sexual assault. A press launch introduced that the fundraising occasion will likely be held November 17 on the Ham Yard Lodge.
Written by Rebecca Lenkiewicz (“Colette”), “She Stated” relies on journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey’s Pulitzer-winning investigation into powerhouse producer Harvey Weinstein’s lengthy historical past of sexual abuse. Their story helped convey the #MeToo motion into the mainstream.
Carey Mulligan (“Promising Younger Lady”) and Zoe Kazan (“The Plot Towards America”) star as Twohey and Kantor, respectively, within the adaptation of the New York Instances journalists’ bestselling ebook of the identical identify.
Based by Zelda Perkins, a former assistant to Weinstein, and Dr. Julie Macfarlane in 2021, CBMS pushes for “legislative and regulatory change that may make NDAs unenforceable for something apart from their authentic objective – the safety of [intellectual property] or commerce secrets and techniques,” per the discharge.
The screening will likely be adopted by a reception and a Q&A led by BBC journalist Emily Maitlis with Leinkowicz, Perkins, actress Samantha Morton, who performs Perkins in “She Stated,” and Laura Madden, an Irish whistleblower who was assaulted by Weinstein.
Schrader received an Emmy for steering “Unorthodox,” Netflix’s restricted collection a couple of Jewish lady residing in an ultra-Orthodox neighborhood in Brooklyn who leaves her organized marriage and escapes to Berlin. Her final characteristic, 2021’s “I’m Your Man,” was Germany’s submission to the Worldwide Movie class on the Oscars.
“She Stated” hits U.S. theaters November 18 and opens within the UK November 25.