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Friday 4:30 PM | Putnam Theatre
2018 | USA | 86 min | Documentary
Director: Assia Boundaoui
Producers: Assia Boundaoui and Jessica Devaney
Director of Photography: Shuling Yong
Editor: Rabab Haj Yahya
The Feeling of Being Watched follows Assia as she pieces together this secret FBI operation, while grappling with the effects of a lifetime of surveillance on herself and her family. She uncovers one of the largest FBI terrorism probes conducted before 9/11 and reveals its enduring impact on her Muslim community.