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Civil Rights & Social Justice

The Loving Story

A racially-charged criminal trial and a heart-rending love story converge in this documentary about the Loving’s, set during the turbulent Civil Rights era. THE LOVING

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Slice

Black men refusing to drown in a pool of low life expectancy; Slice explores how Rico and his homeboys from Memphis deal with the complexities

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Clarkston

CLARKSTON aspires to discover the soul of America by examining it through the eyes of “outcasts.” Intimate character-driven stories lead us through a small Southern

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One River, One Boat

One River, One Boat examines a two-year campaign by the Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM), initiated in response to the shootings of Walter Scott and

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Benevolence

After the stress of prison life, six women find themselves nurtured and supported in a calm, agricultural sanctuary when they move to Benevolence Farm, a

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Saint Cloud Hill

In a hidden urban encampment on Saint Cloud Hill, a self-governed tent community unravels amidst the city’s threats of eviction and the impending destruction of

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Santuario

Juana Luz Tobar Ortega came to the United States 24 years ago as an asylum seeker from Guatemala. For the last 6 years living in

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Private Violence

This feature-length documentary film and audience engagement campaign explores a simple but deeply disturbing fact of American life: the most dangerous place for a woman

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The Beautiful Project

Through images and interviews black women image makers and educators, families and friends, link arms to tell a true story— around the world, compelled by

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