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Drive-In: Documentary Shorts #3
August 30, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 10:04 pm
Documentary Shorts #3
Run Time: 2 hours, 4 minutes
Sunday, August 30th at 8:00pm
Pricing (Per Car):
1 Person Car- $15
2 Person Car – $26
3 Person Car – $35
4 Person Car – $42
5+ Person Car – $47
Location: Grand River Drive-In
6200 Grand River Blvd E
Leeds, AL 35094
My Mud, My Hillside
Dir. Julia Mendoza Friedman
Chemi Rosado-Seijo is community engagement artist who has spent over a decade working with the residents of El Cerro, Puerto Rico in a city wide art project to paint all the houses different shades of green to match the aesthetics of the mountain side.
Invasion: The Unist’ot’en’s Fight for Sovereignty
Dir. Michael Toledano and Sam Vinal
The Wet’suwet’en Nation of British Columbia stands up to defend their unceded lands from the Canadian government, oil/gas companies, and colonialism while addressing violence against indigenous people.
Dir. Theodore Collatos
On March 27th, the United States congress approved a multi-trillion dollar coronavirus relief package by voice vote. “Congress Cares” is a satirical chronicle of the faux debate.
USA vs Scott
Dir. Ora DeKornfeld and Isabel Castro
A geography professor awaits felony trial and a possible 20-year-prison sentence for giving food and shelter to migrants in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert.
The Fight for the Noblest Democracy: Women’s Suffrage in Alabama
Documentary Short – Alabama
Dir. Jenna M. Bedsole
The road for the right for women to vote both nationally and in Alabama has been a long fight; this is an exploration of the history and future of the struggle for women’s suffrage.
Documentary Short – Black Lens
Dir. Brad J. Bennett and Chris Haley
Throughout the South, there are many historic African-American and unmarked burials of the formerly enslaved that are derelict or have been lost to time. A group of individuals has stepped up and created a renewed interest in active restoration and preservation efforts.
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