social issue documentaries for your classroom, campus and community
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April 7, 2015
Filmmaker Darius Clark Monroe talks about his debut doc Evolution of a Criminal, the school to prison pipeline, and why no one ever asks what it’s like for white people to be white filmmakers.
Evolution of a Criminal is your debut film. What motivated you to revisit this moment in your past and turn it into a documentary?
It was one of those turning points in my life – getting in trouble and going to prison – that has always stayed with me. I never...
Filmmaker Roberta Grossman uncovers untold stories from the Warsaw Ghe...
October 28, 2019
Filmmaker Mike Seely shines a light on the plight of deported U.S. vet...
September 24, 2019
DECADE OF FIRE filmmakers bring a new perspective to the 1970s South B...
September 19, 2019
Valerie Red-Horse Mohl and her film on the Cherokee Nation’s first fem...
June 20, 2019
WE EXIST filmmaker Andrew Seger on making films about the LGBTQ experi...
May 2, 2019
Lauren Lubin on their film WE EXIST and nonbinary activism
March 11, 2019
THE PUSHOUTS filmmakers Katie Galloway and Dawn Valadez discuss new ap...
February 19, 2019
PERSONAL STATEMENT filmmakers confront education inequality & promote...
January 26, 2019
Laura Nix's new film INVENTING TOMORROW shows that the future is i...
Filmmaker Ciara Lacey explores how a group of native Hawaiians found t...
January 15, 2019