December 8, 2019
Hosted by Human Rights Film Festival
506 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON, Canada
December 8 at 6:30 PM
When Sasha Joseph Neulinger was a young boy, he was sexually abused by his own uncles. Now a grown man, he steps behind the camera to direct a deeply personal and grippingly intimate tale of trauma and his path in overcoming it. Drawing from 200 hours of home videos and frank conversations with his family, Rewind reconstructs Neulinger’s childhood and reveals the intergenerational legacy and cycle of abuse. The film simultaneously captures Neulinger’s road towards bringing his abusers to justice, creating an inspiring case of resilience and activism. As we continue to grapple with the revelations of Me Too, Rewind adds to the conversation with an urgent and sensitive discussion of child sexual abuse.
Sasha Joseph Neulinger (director) in attendance for post-screening Q&A.
Content Warning: Mention of sexual assault, child abuse, violence and truama.
ASL interpretation will be provided. Open captions. Relaxed screening environment. Held Space and active listeners will be available. Wheelchair accessible venue. Wheelchair accessible seating. Wheelchair accessible washrooms. Gender neutral washrooms. Hearing assist devices available. Service animals welcome. Please help keep the space scent-free. Tiered pricing available – nobody will be turned away for lack of funds. Complimentary tickets for support persons are available in advance or in person the day of the screening. The festival will embrace crip time by starting on time, sticking to the schedule, and respecting that people will come and go as they please. More accessibility information is available on the Human Rights Film Festival website.