San Diego

Accountability and Justice

Follow Bryan Stevenson and the Equal Justice Initiative struggle to create greater fairness in the system, where racial injustice emerged, evolved and continues to threaten the country, challenging viewers to confront it. 
Filmmaker(s):
Year:
2020 / 101m
Feb 1

Democracy and Human Rights

Be inspired to get into the streets this election season as you follow an all-volunteer led organization go door to door to curb gerrymandering: The act of drawing district lines to lock in partisan advantage. Slay the Dragon chronicles the civic grit turning the tide in the battle for US democracy.  

Filmmaker(s):
Year:
2019 / 101m
Feb 1

Journalism

Following the revolutionary rise of the “citizen investigative journalist” collective known as Bellingcat, dedicated to redefining breaking news by exploring the promise of open source investigation. 

Filmmaker(s):
Hans Pool
Year:
2019 / 88m
Jan 31

LGBT and Migrants' Rights

In response to a wave of discriminatory anti-LGBTQ laws in the southern US and the divisive 2016 elections, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Choir embarks on a daring tour of the American Deep South.

Filmmaker(s):
David Charles Rodrigues
Year:
2019 / 100m
Jan 30

Women's Rights and Children's Rights

Outlawed by their love, Leila, Sahand and their son flee Iran, where the couple committed the crime of having a secret affair while being married to other people. 
Filmmaker(s):
Eva Mulvad
Year:
2020 / 112
Feb 1
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