Documentary Film Screening

In Celebration of Constitution Day


Produced and Directed by Vanderbilt Alumna Stacy Goldate & Craig A. Colton

5-7:30 PM - Monday, Sept. 17

Multi-Purpose Room 235 - The Commons Center


  • Film screening followed by Q&A with the filmmakers

  • Voter registration provided

  • Free popcorn while supplies last

  • Free and open to the public


About the film: Two filmmakers embed themselves in a south Florida retirement community during the historic 2014 midterm elections and discover that power exists where you least expect it. Learn more at www.agreatersociety.com.


Sponsored by The Ingram Commons, Public Policy Studies, MyCommons.Life, Student Media at Vanderbilt, and the Office of Active Citizenship and Service


About the filmmakers: Stacy Goldate & Craig A. Colton are an award-winning filmmaking team based in Los Angeles and the founders of Deranged Squirrel Productions. 


Craig is a Primetime Emmy-winner for his editing work on HBO's "Project Greenlight," Executive Produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. He was also Emmy-nominated for the documentary "A Century of Women," Executive Produced by Jane Fonda and Ted Turner, and recently completed the hit reboot of "In Search Of" starring Zachary Quinto. 


Stacy is a Vanderbilt alum who created the university's first radio news program for which she won the Alexander Award for Journalism. She directed the award-winning documentary "Lucy Barks!" about Nashville's former all-ages punk rock club and recently edited CNN's "The 2000s," Executive Produced by Tom Hanks.


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