Movie: Supergirl



Sunday, March 19
1:00pm Film
$12 in advance/$15 at the door
Spotlight Theaters, Hartford




English, USA 2016
80 minutes, Documentary
Director: Jessie Auritt

When you think of powerlifters, you don’t think of 11-year-old Naomi Kutin, but this ‘Supergirl’ is about to change your way of thinking. At only 95 pounds, this Orthodox Jewish girl from New Jersey has been competing since she was only eight-year- old, continues to smash world records, has become a social media sensation, and all while studying for her bat mitzvah. Even with all that success, the question remains, will the pressure of being a teen in an adult sporting world be too much for Supergirl?


Dr. Alyssa Bennett, MD, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Adolescent Medicine
Dr. Lisa Namerow, MD, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Steve Boyle, CEO of The National Association of Physical Literacy (NAPL) and Principal/Founder of 2-4-1 Sports

Sponsored by
Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Women's Philanthropy Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford Venue provided by Spotlight Theaters



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