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WHY THEY KILL: Feature Documentary to Premiere at Seton Hall University
Award-winning Film Based on Book by Pulitzer Prize Winner Richard Rhodes
By: Sangue Films
This one-night only event, hosted by the University's College of Communication and the Arts, will be held in Jubilee Hall on Seton Hall's main campus located at 400 South Orange Ave., South Orange, N.J. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., with the screening beginning at 6:00 p.m. A panel discussion with the filmmakers and author Richard Rhodes, and a reception will immediately follow the screening.
Written and directed by Giuseppe M. Fazari, Ph.D., WHY THEY KILL is a feature length documentary based on the work of renowned criminologist and Seton Hall University Professor Lonnie H. Athens, D.Crim., as chronicled in the critically acclaimed book by Mr. Rhodes.
WHY THEY KILL was an official selection of the 2018 Ocean City Film Festival and received an Award of Excellence in Research from the Docs Without Borders Film Festival. View the official trailer and other updates at https://www.facebook.com/
About WHY THEY KILL (2017, 58 minutes) |Sangue Films | Written and Directed by Giuseppe M. Fazari, Ph.D.
Why do some men, women, and even children assault, batter, rape, mutilate, and murder? This age-old question led to the breakthrough research and singular theory which comprehensively explains how violent criminals develop, how violent communities are created and transformed, and how violent acts are committed and prevented. Based on the critically acclaimed book by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Richard Rhodes, WHY THEY KILL is a startling exploration into the four-step "violentization"
About Giuseppe M. Fazari, Ph.D.
Writer and director Giuseppe M. Fazari, Ph.D., is a higher education administrator whose work and teaching in the criminal justice field spanned almost 20 years. A graduate of Seton Hall University, Dr. Fazari was inspired to make the film WHY THEY KILL after reading Mr. Rhodes' compelling account of Dr. Athens' work. The filmmaker's goal was to convey the violentization theory in a new medium and deliver it to policymakers, educators, practitioners and other stakeholders who can help incorporate the findings into the criminal justice system to make true reform a reality. Questions about the film can be emailed to sanguefilms@
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