“Zero Percent” – Hudson Link Documentary World Premier

We are excited that the Hudson Link / Moxie Pictures documentary “Zero Percent” has made it’s world debut at the Dallas International Film Festival on April 1 and 2.  

Zero Percent” is in competition for the Documentary Film award and there was alot of excitement around the film.  Director Tim Skousen and Hudson Link Executive Director Sean Pica attended both screening and met with media and patrons after each event for a Q&A session.

We are excited about the film festival but also excited about scheduling screenings of the documentary in NYC and Westchester County in the upcoming months.  We’ll keep you posted with dates and hope that all of our supporters will be able to join us.

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6 Responses to “Zero Percent” – Hudson Link Documentary World Premier

  1. Chris Jagers says:

    Witnessing the best parts of humanity within a convicted killer is a surprising experience; seeing yourself in that person is devastating … what a great film!

  2. Bruce Reilly says:

    I want to screen it inProvidence!

    • We’d love to discuss having you or a theater in Providence sponsor a screening for us. It would be a great way to raise awareness and support for this issue and our organization. Let’s discuss.

  3. Nancy says:

    when is Zero Percent coming to DC, VA or MD?

  4. We would love to screen the documentary in DC, VA and MD. The film company is working toward having theaters pickup for distribution but in the meantime Hudson Link supporters have been helping to host screening events on our behalf to raise awareness and support of our program. If you think there is an opportunity for a theater or organization in your area to host a screening and generate a buzz please let us know and we will follow up. Thanks.

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