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"A Call to Spy" Discussion and Q & A
A virtual program featuring Sarah Megan Thomas, the film’s screenwriter, actor and producer; Craig Gralley, author of "Hall of Mirrors - Virginia Hall: America’s Greatest Spy of WWII;" and Nancy Kaffer, Detroit Free Press columnist and moderator. Presented in partnership with IFC Films and Tamar Simon from Mean Streets Management.

Thank you to our Community Partners: Detroit Jewish Film Festival and Greater Farmington Film Festival.

Synopsis of "A Call to Spy": In the beginning of WWII, with Britain becoming desperate, Churchill orders his new spy agency to recruit and train an army of female spies to infiltrate Europe and help build the French Resistance against the Nazi regime. Inspired by true events and the stories of Virginia Hall, Vera Atkins and Noor Inayat Khan. Vera Atkins, was Jewish and faced antisemitism in London while working for the SOE, British intelligence.

Watch "A Call to Spy" on-demand: https://www.acalltospymovie.com/watch-at-home/

Mar 1, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Sarah Megan Thomas
Sarah Megan Thomas is an actress, producer, and writer. For her latest film, "A Call to Spy," Sarah wrote the original screenplay, plays Virginia Hall, and produced the film.
Craig Gralley
Craig Gralley is a former senior intelligence officer with the Central Intelligence Agency. Among other assignments, Craig was chief speechwriter for four CIA Directors and served as an analyst and manager within CIA’s Analysis Directorate, the National Intelligence Council and the agency’s Office of the Inspector General. Craig is the author of “Hall of Mirrors—Virginia Hall: America’s Greatest Spy of WWII,” (Chrysalis Books, 2019).
Nancy Kaffer
Nancy Kaffer is an award-winning columnist and member of the editorial board at the Detroit Free Press. She writes about politics, policy and the complicated relationship between the two, from Detroit’s historic municipal bankruptcy to K-12 education in Detroit to the Flint water crisis.