No Safe Spaces

Colorado native and conservative director Justin Folk and Kim have a conversation about No Safe Spaces, the documentary starring Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager that seeks to restore First Amendment rights on college campuses. Is Edward Snowden a hero or a villain...and what about his message? Guest co-host Susan Kochevar discusses Snowden's book, Permanent Record.

Colorado native Justin Folk left Littleton over two decades ago to pursue the California Dream. Justin made his way in the film industry, working on movies like The Matrix Reloaded and The Incredible Hulk. But the dream wasn’t all it was cracked up to be, especially for a conservative in the ultra-liberal culture of Hollywood. Justin branched out and formed his own production company.

No Safe Spaces was crowd-funded in 2017. The film is dedicated to standing up for the First Amendment rights of Americans on college campuses and in the real world. From the IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign:

“We see it in the news almost every day.  Entitled snowflakes on college campuses raging and screaming every time they encounter an idea they disagree with.  These stories might be somewhat amusing if they weren’t such a dangerous indication of what’s to come.  Trigger warnings, micro-aggressions, the suppression of free speech, and other illogical ideas born on campuses are proliferating and spreading out into the real world. 

Today’s campus snowflake is tomorrow’s teacher, judge, or elected official.  And if that doesn’t scare you, maybe you should reconsider.  No matter where you live or what you do, if you don’t think the way they do, they will attempt to silence and punish you.”

Justin joins Kim for a conversation about No Safe Spaces. Coloradans in the Greater Denver area can see the film in three locations (more dates and locations are likely to be added. Go to to the No Safe Spaces website for updated information):

AMC Arapahoe Crossings 16 with IMAX, Dolby OPENS: 11/08/2019
6696 S Parker Rd, Aurora, Colorado 80016

AMC Highlands Ranch 24 with IMAX, Dolby OPENS: 11/01/2019
103 West Centennial Boulevard, Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129

AMC Westminster 24 with IMAX, Dolby, Prime OPENS: 11/08/2019
10655 Westminster Blvd, Westminster, Colorado 80020


Watch the trailer and visit the film’s website, Facebook page, and Twitter for more information.



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