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(ATR) Documentary on USA Gymnastics sexual abuse scandal premieres for film festival and major network.  

UNITED STATES  JULY 24: Olympic gold medalist in gymnastics and survivor of sexual abuse by Larry Nassar Aly Raisman speaks during a press conference in the Kennedy Caucus Room in the Russell Senate Office Building Tuesday July 24, 2018. Over 60 victims were joined by Senate Democrats to discuss ways to prevent further abuse. (Photo By Sarah Silbiger/CQ Roll Call)
UNITED STATES JULY 24: Olympic gold medalist in gymnastics and survivor of sexual abuse by Larry Nassar Aly Raisman speaks during a press conference in the Kennedy Caucus Room in the Russell Senate Office Building Tuesday July 24, 2018. Over 60 victims were joined by Senate Democrats to discuss ways to prevent further abuse. (Photo By Sarah Silbiger/CQ Roll Call)

(ATR) A documentary by Sidewinder Films highlights the sexual abuse scandal that plagued USA Gymnastics in 2017.

The documentary premieres at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival April 25 to 28 and on HBO May 3.

Exclusive interviews with survivors detail how years of abuse were ignored.

The film provides an in-depth look beyond national headlines to shine a light on the bravery of the gymnasts who shared their stories publicly.

ATR’s Greer Wilson briefly covers the documentary on ATR News Update.

Written by Greer Wilson.

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