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Despite decades of nominal change, the fight for Black lives rages on.

Films: Department of Injustice; RESIST: The Resistance Revival Chorus; The Torture Letters; The Felling of Colston; enough.; October 27th, 2020; Say His Name: Five Days for George Floyd

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October 27, 2020 was the second night of protests in Philadelphia over the killing of Walter Wallace, Jr. He had a bipolar episode and was shot by cops. Wallace died with 12 bullets in his body in front of his mother. Unlike many protest documentaries that take a step back, this one seeks to make the viewer feel as if they exist in the space in the tradition of docs like Medium Cool or Punishment Park.

Heartland Film Alumni: Producer (Laura Heberton): Freeland, 2020

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Laura Heberton


  • Year
  • Runtime
    16 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    World Premiere
  • Rating
    Strong Language,Mature Themes
  • Note
    Documentary Short
  • Director
    Hannah Price
  • Screenwriter
    Hannah Price
  • Producer
    Laura Heberton