Join filmmaker Mark Tang for a screening and discussion of documentary “Open Season” (co-directed by Lu Lippold) Five years in the making, this documentary offers an in-depth investigation of the complex issues surrounding the violent confrontation where a Hmong hunter killed six white hunters in rural Wisconsin.
When and where?
- Monday, April 16 4:30 p.m.
- Brookdale Library
- 6125 Shingle Creek PKWY
On November 21, 2004, 6 Caucasians hunters were killed by a Hmong immigrant during a violent deer hunting confrontation. What really happened? Mark Tang, co-director and producer of the documentary “Open Season” will share his findings and experiences.
It’s free and open to teen grades 6 and up.
Click here for more information about the documentary and co-directors.