Screening as part of the 2018 Toronto True Crime Film Festival, a 2-day film festival dedicated to true crime on the big screen, including both documentary films and fictionalized films based on true crimes.
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In a quiet Idaho town, on October 17th, 1974, Jan Broberg was kidnapped by her next door neighbor and parents’ best friend. Eighteen months later, while out on bail and awaiting trial for kidnapping, Robert Berchtold abducted Jan Broberg a second time, triggering a nationwide FBI manhunt. Told through re-creations and interviews with the FBI, the Broberg family, and the kidnapper’s brother, ABDUCTED IN PLAIN SIGHT is a stranger-than-fiction documentary about the Broberg’s; a naïve, church-going Idaho family that fall under the spell of a sociopathic neighbor who will stop at nothing to be with their twelve-year-old daughter. Kidnapping, brainwashing, blackmail, alien abduction—you will not believe how bizarre this true tale of obsession gets!
Content Warning: sexual assault, child abuse.
MAYBE IF IT WERE A NICE ROOM – Dir. Alicia K. Harris / 2017 / 2 min
An incident between two people is examined through the exploration of rooms.
Content Warning: non-graphic discussion of sexual assault.
15% of ticket sales from this screening will be donated to charity.
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