Hunting Ground

Alexandra Ambros


The whole purpose of this film was to let the world know what is going on the campus ground and how 2 girls who were rape couldn't let this happen again to anyone, the story of survivors who were rape and change everything they are trying to change the way colleges handle rape situation.


One in five women in college are sexually assaulted, yet only a fraction of these crimes are reported, and even fewer result in punishment for the perpetrators.


The way the film made was perfect because they showed everything about how colleges are trying to have this perfect image but they don't because inside the campus a lot happens. For example the girls who are being rape they don't do anything and if the person who raped that girls is and athlete they keep it quiet from the media and they do anything. Two girls who said that enough was enough they started fighting for what was right they had to do something for those girls and boys who were being rape in campus and the campus didn't do anything to help those victims and also didn't do anything to solve this problem.
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Andrea Pino and Annie Clark, survivors who are taking matters into their own hands creatively employing Title IX legal strategy to fight back and sharing their knowledge among a growing, unstoppable network of young women who will no longer be silent.
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Since the film’s premiere at Sundance, it had been screened at the White House and hundreds of college campuses across the country. The documentary has inspired new laws in New York and California and changes in campus policies.
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Overall the film shows how colleges are not doing nothing to catch does perpetrators and how Andrea and Annie are taking matters into their own hands. This film shows how Colleges are not doing anything for the victims who were raped and the Andrea and Annie made a movement to help those who were raped just liked them and didn't get any justice and the film shows that.