Groomed: A Documentary Film Screening and Discussion
- EVT 590
- Apr 18
- 7:00 pm
No Registration Required
Groomed is a story which is both small in its close portrayal of one woman’s journey, and large in shining a light on the extent of the problem and its call for change. US alone, one in six women and one in thirty-three men, have been victims of sexual assault, many before they reached the age of eighteen. And despite the recent rise of global attention on sexual abuse, there is a troubling lack of education on recognizing and preventing grooming. By understanding how grooming works, parents are better prepared to protect their children, survivors are better equipped to relieve themselves of their guilt, and perpetrators are more likely to be reported and face justice.
The film screening will be followed by a discussion with director Gwen van de Pas as well as filmmaker and Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer Bill Guttentag. The discussion will be moderated by Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer and former assistant managing editor of The New York Times Glenn Kramon.
Gwen van de Pas, Director; Filmmaker Gwen van de Pas studied film and theater science in the Netherlands and received an MBA from Stanford. She made her first short documentary, Wazig in Mijn Hoofd (Blurred in My Head), at the age of seventeen, featuring the battles of a man with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. Groomed is Gwen’s first feature-length documentary.
Bill Guttentag, Producer; Lecturer in Organizational Behavior, Stanford Graduate School of Business Bill Guttentag is a dramatic and documentary film writer, producer, and director. His films have premiered at the Sundance, Cannes, Telluride, and Tribeca film festivals. He has received two Academy Awards, including one for the documentary film Twin Towers, and has also received a Peabody Award, three Emmy Awards, two Writers Guild Award nominations, and a Robert Kennedy Journalism Award.
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Book Sales/Book Signing: No
Audio/Video Recording: TBA
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