The Will to See
An old-time war reporter, philosopher and writer, Bernard-Henri Lévy is sent by a group of newspapers (Paris Match, La Repubblica, The Wall Street Journal, Der Stern and others) to bear witness and reports from places in the world where suffering and misery are at their peak, where wars are going on under our noses, where the world's destiny is being determined and no one, it seems, is paying attention. The Will to See is an unflinching look at the most urgent humanitarian crisis around the globe.
Shocking, never-before-seen images.
Hard-hitting international reporting.
An unforgettable story.
An enlightening perspective.
Join filmmaker Bernard-Henri Lévy for in-person Q&As following these screenings:
7:30p.m. Wednesday, April 27 at Landmark E Street Cinemas (Washington DC)
7p.m. Friday, April 29 at Quad Cinema (New York City)
7p.m. Saturday, April 30 at Landmark Westwood (Los Angeles)
7p.m. Sunday, May 1 at Landmark Opera Plaza (San Francisco)