Social Justice Film Festival 2021

Black Lives Matter and the Art of Activism

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The Black Lives Matter movement has sparked a national reckoning over institutional and police violence, and while some things have changed, too much has remained the same. These films explore art as catalyst and fuel for change.

Sign up here to join the closing discussion, Black Lives Matter and Art as Activism, which will further explore the role of art and film in sustaining movements and change. (SAT Oct. 16, 6 PM PT)

*** As of September 16, 2021, the Social Justice Film Festival has made the difficult decision to be online-only this year. ***

This program is available to view VIRTUALLY from OCT. 7–17.

Festival passes grant the most streamlined, flexible viewing experience possible and are an excellent way to support social justice film.

Please see our festival page for information about panel discussions and other opportunities to connect with filmmakers and festivalgoers.

A family displaced by greed searches for a new home in a foreign place. Their search uncovers pieces of themselves, a sense of home, and love, what has always remained in Black/African peoples.

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  • Runtime
    3 minutes
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  • Note
    closed captioned in English
  • Director
    Effy Adar
  • Producer
    Adam Bentley, Nasra Adem