by Julie Cohen, Betsy West Special Screenings

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has changed America. Born in 1933 into a Jewish New York immigrant family, the independent woman never hesitated to defend the rights of women and minorities in her position as a lawyer. Eventually, she was the second woman in history to become a judge of the Supreme Court, the highest court in the U.S. The charismatic justice fighter has become an icon of pop culture. Based on interviews given by Ginsburg and her close associates and using archive material, directors Julie Cohen and Betsy West honour the life of an extraordinary lawyer, whom we also get to observe in her private life as a wife, mother and spouse.




Time Venue

19:00 Arena 3

16:00 Arthouse Piccadilly

17:00 Arthouse Piccadilly

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  • Genre: DOC: Portrait
  • Country, Year: USA, 2018
  • Runtime: 97 Min
  • Languages: English
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  • Directors: Julie Cohen, Betsy West
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  • Cinematography: Claudia Raschke
  • Editor: Carla Gutierrez
  • Sound: Sean O'Neil, Jim Gilchrist, Mark Maloof, David Williams, Brian Buckley, Scott Osterman, Dustin Berta, Edward Jones
  • Music: Miriam Cutler
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  • Producers: Julie Cohen, Betsy West
  • Executive Producers: Amy Entelis, Courtney Sexton
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  • Production Companies: CNN Films, Storyville Films
  • World Sales: Magnolia Pictures
  • Swiss Distribution: Koch Media
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