movie poster of The Hunting Ground
7.4/10
93%
Documentary
Release Date: 1-1-2016

Who worked on this film

  • Kirby Dick
    Director
  • Andrea Pino
    Actor
  • Annie Clark
    Actor
  • Claire Potter
    Actor
  • Melinda Manning
    Actor
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The Hunting Ground

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The Hunting Ground

7.4/10
93%
Release Date: 1-1-2016

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Synopsis

The Hunting Ground is a documentary about rape on college campuses in the United States, showing how they're often covered up and how the incidents affect the victims and their families.


Directed by Kirby Dick and produced by Amy Ziering, The Hunting Ground is a 2015 documentary that premiered at Sundance Film Festival and won the 2016 Stanley Kramer Award.

Who worked on this film

  • Kirby Dick
    Director
  • Andrea Pino
    Actor
  • Annie Clark
    Actor
  • Claire Potter
    Actor
  • Melinda Manning
    Actor
See more
testimonial by Kirby Dick
Kirby Dick

Director

I think the film will be around for a long time and many people over the coming years will see the film and be influenced by it. When films or documentaries bring to light uncomfortable truths about powerful institutions, it’s not unusual that they kind of strike back and wage aggressive campaigns to silence their critics.

Streaming The Hunting Ground - can you stream this documentary via Netflix, Hulu, Kanopy or Prime Video?


Currently you can stream the documentary The Hunting Ground with an HBO Max subscription and with Kanopy. If you already have HBO then there is no extra cost and you can stream the movie instantly. The documentary was previously available to stream through Netflix but has been removed, we will update this page if we find more streaming options for The Hunting Ground.


Can you buy or rent The Hunting Ground to watch online?


If you don't have HBO Max then you can buy or rent The Hunting Ground to watch online from a number of different digital platforms including Redbox, FandangoNOW, Amazon Prime Video and Google Play Movies, VUDU, YouTube and iTunes. It'll cost you as little as $1.99 to rent the documentary and $5.99 to buy the documentary to watch online.



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