Sept. 26th - Service With a Purpose Speaker Series: Faces of our Fathers Film Festival

The Faces of Our Fathers Film Festival

Thursday, Sept. 26, 5:30 p.m., Alumni

"The Faces of Our Fathers" Film Festival was founded by social entrepreneur Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter, who at age 12 listened as his mother Clarice was shot to death by his late father, Ulysses, Sr. Mr. Slaughter is an author and filmmaker who has appeared on The Dr. Phil Show and The Oprah Winfrey Network.

The Odyssey Project Faces of Our Fathers Film Festival is an innovative, non-competitive film event that highlights thought-provoking and diverse films about fathers and fatherhood.

The Odyssey Project proposes to bring a “shorts” version of our festival to your campus and feature six short films with a total runtime of less than 70 minutes. The mini festival is designed to introduce emerging filmmakers to the general public, encourage student artists and integrate the timeless issues of fatherhood into the discussion of filmmaking.

Highlighted films will focus on forgiving, stereotypes, street culture and responsibility. Altogether the presentation will last approximately 90 minutes and include content analysis, question and answer sessions with filmmakers and powerful poetic interludes.

The Faces of Our Fathers Film Festival “shorts” promises to be a memorable event for your entire campus community.

Call 267.318.0117 for more information or go to



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