Bay Area Teens See The Red Pill, Make Film on Battered Men

January 10, 2017

After high school students Anna Okada, Mason Sapp, Mallory McGowan, and Gary Griffis attended the November screening of The Red Pill in San Rafael they decided to make a short documentary on battered men for their Academy of Integrated Humanities and New Media (AIM) film program. Unmasking Masculinity includes interviews with NCFM members. Watch below.

The Red Pill also includes NCFM member interviews, including NCFM President Harry Crouch. Award winning filmmaker Cassie Jaye’s documentary asks the audience to consider an alternate perspective on gender equality, power and privilege.

You can see The Red Pill in Sacramento on January 29.

  • Two screenings – 2 pm and 7 pm – at the KOH Library and Cultural Center, 2300 Sierra Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95825. Theater seats 90 people.
  • Q&A after screenings with Cassie Jaye.
  • Tickets are $10 each and includes light refreshments. To purchase tickets please make a check out to KOH and send to Fred Hayward at 2110 Trimble Way, Sacramento, CA 95825. Be sure to include an email address and phone number, and whether you’d like to attend the 2 pm or 7 pm.
  • Contact Fred at with any questions.

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