What to Watch in May

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Among the slew of stars at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, there was perhaps no greater figure than the soft-spoken, small-framed Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. While in Park City for the premiere of RBG—an intimate documentary about her life and work directed by Betsy West and Julie Cohen—the 84-year-old trailblazer also spoke on a panel conversation with NPR’s Nina Totenberg that became one of the Festival’s hardest tickets to come by, where she famously revealed her own #MeToo moment and discussed how she battled sexism throughout her career. If you missed it the first time, you can relive that Festival moment below.

Watch the full story of the inspiring trailblazer in theaters this month and check out the other Sundance-supported films being released soon.

Friday, May 4

RBG, directed by Betsy West and Julie Cohen

Friday, May 11

Beast, directed by Michael Pearce

Revenge, directed by Coralie Fargeat

Looking for more?

Rewind to the 2018 Festival for Cinema Cafe with Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Nina Totenberg. Also, meet the directors behind RBG.



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