FILMMAKER SPOTLIGHT:
LOKI MULHOLLAND

SPONSORED BY STUDIES WEEKLY


                                                                     FILM SCREENING:                                                                                                        "THE UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTH"                                          FRIDAY, MARCH 23 AT 6:45 PM IN THE ROSE GARDEN

                                                  INTRODUCTORY SESSION:                                                                                     THE HISTORY OF RACISM IN AMERICA                                                                     AND HOW TO TALK ABOUT IT                                                    FRIDAY, MARCH 23 AT 3 PM


BIOGRAPHY

Loki Mulholland, a native of Virginia, is an award-winning filmmaker, author and the son of Civil Rights Icon Joan Trumpauer Mulholland. Loki has won multiple film festival awards including the Utah Film Awards, the National Black Film Festival’s Best Documentary and over 36 Telly Awards for his various work in video production. His first book, "She Stood For Freedom" was nationally published and nominated for the Amelia Bloomer Award. Loki is currently working on two new documentaries, a new children’s book and an upcoming podcast series. Loki resides in Utah with his wife and three kids and runs the foundation he created, The Joan Trumpauer Mulholland Foundation, to preserve, share and continue his mother’s legacy while teaching children about the Civil Rights Movement and how they too can make a difference.



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