Skousen’s Return to the Bahamas to Show their Award-Winning Film

First Published: 2011-11-06

Long-time friends and libertarians Mark & Jo Ann Skousen, and their family, lived in the Bahamas in the 1980s, and are returning Dec. 2-3 to show their son Tim’s documentary, "Zero Percent," at BIFF….

"Hudson Link documentary, “Zero Percent,” which focuses on Hudson Link’s college program inside Sing Sing Correctional Facility, has been winning many accolades at film festivals across the country. “Zero Percent” has won the first-ever Silver Heart Award at the Dallas International Film Festival; the Best Documentary Award at the Breckenridge, Bronx and Las Vegas Film Festivals, the Audience Award at the Anthem Film Festival, a Cinematography Award at the Los Angeles Reel Film Festival, and an Indie Award of Excellence."

Hudson Link along with "the prison administration, our educational partners and you – our supporters –  to make it possible for incarcerated men and women to experience the transformative power of education."

Jo Ann and Mark Skousen teach college courses at 4-year college degree program at Sing Sing penitentiary (through Mercy College) and it’s been an incredible experience and the documentary is by their son Tim.

The documentary has already won over 8 awards at various film festivals, and now is coming to the Bahamas.

Tim Skousen will be coming to the Bahamas and will be commenting about it afterward the two showings on Friday, Dec 2nd at 4:15 pm and Saturday, Dec 3rd at 12:45 pm, both at the Galleria JFK Theater #3.

Find out more at BIFF here…

Watch the movie trailer below.

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