Date and Time
Wed, Oct 24
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Free, but limited to MAKE level members and above.
1143 Northwestern Ave, Austin, TX 78702
Mental healthcare patients and providers in New Mexico struggle to find a path forward after the state government makes false accusations of Medicaid fraud that result in widespread closures of clinics and the disruption of life-saving services for thousands. The film explores both the scandal and its impact upon vulnerable families.
Directed by Benjamin Altenberg
Ben is a documentary filmmaker based in Austin, TX. He recently served as senior associate producer on the award-winning documentary The 44th President: In His Own Words, a film featuring interviews with President Obama and his cabinet. He is driven by a passion for social action through storytelling and a dedication to civil rights.
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