Salt Lake City, UT – The Alliance for a Better Utah, as part of the monthly “Movies That Matter” series hosted in partnership with the Impact Hub, will screen the documentary, 91%, on Wednesday, August 10th at 7:30 PM.
91% is a film that explores the discrepancy between the public’s 91% support for universal background checks when purchasing guns and Congress’ failure to pass universal background check legislation. The film features Carolyn Tuft, a Utah mom who lost her daughter in the Trolley Square shooting and whose life has been forever changed by that one incidence of gun violence. Carolyn will be in attendance for the screening.
Location: Impact Hub – 150 S. State St.
Date: Wednesday, August 10th, 2016
Time: Movie begins at 7:30 PM; doors open at 7:00 PM
Watch the documentary trailer here.
About The Movies That Matter Film Series
The Movies That Matter film series is designed to screen a film each month addressing different societal issues, including environmental issues, science and technology, gun violence, healthcare and more. Past films have included Unbranded and The Brainwashing of My Dad.
About the Alliance for a Better Utah
The Alliance for a Better Utah works to improve the lives of all Utahns by ensuring balance, transparency and accountability in Utah politics, policy, and government.
About the Impact Hub
Social Innovators from within and beyond the public, private and third sectors are establishing a new form of commerce for the 21st Century. Impact Hub Salt Lake is becoming the place they call home.
Each Impact Hub community is a wealth of innovative programs, events, and cutting-edge content. Step into Impact Hub Salt Lake and immerse yourself in the local experience of a global movement.