Festival Artistic Director Cameron Bailey joins filmmaker John Greyson in a conversation about making films politically.
Rush ticket policy is in effect for this screening.
Held for 50 days in a Cairo prison, John Greyson saw his innovative work as a filmmaker suddenly interrupted. In conversation with Festival Artistic Director Cameron Bailey for the first time since they stood on opposite sides of TIFF's City to City: Tel Aviv spotlight in 2009, Greyson and Bailey will discuss what it means to make films politically.
Please note that this discussion includes the presentation of a film clip that features mature and sexual content.