PS. I can't Breathe, Wheels of soul, This was my son Sunday sept 27 4pm
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P.S. I Can't Breathe
Rochelle White`20m USA
As the New York City streets fill up with a multicultural blanket of people, a landmark protest sparks the onset of a peaceful revolution. People here are Demanding Justice in the Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Akai Gurley, and many other cases where excessive police force, hostility, and brutality led to death of unarmed black men. This uncensored glimpse inside December's Million March NYC imparts raw interviews and footage to deliver a realistic perspective of why the marchers passionately became involved. P.S. I Can't Breathe encourages the observer to digest information regarding the #BlackLivesMatter hash-tag and understand the youth's perspective on the topic while taking a deeper look into aftermath or Post Script of hope lost and shattered dreams when justice is not equal for everyone.
Wheels of Soul
Randall Wilson 25 USA
Randall Wilson USA 25m
Wheels of Soul is the only racially mixed 1% outlaw motorcycle club in the world.
The predominantly black club must contend with not only the social stereotyping against bikers in the “civilian” world, but with the racial bias in the violent world of outlaw bikers.
The Wheels of Soul documentary allows the audience a voyeuristic peek into the lives of these private men and their families. The members speak frankly on racism, the history of the club, the biker lifestyle and day-to-day struggle on the mean streets of Philadelphia.
This Was My Son
Rob Underhill 7m USA
World Premiered in-competition at the *Academy Award-qualifying* 23rd Whitaker St. Louis Int'l Film Festival (SLIFF), November, 2014.
West Coast Premiere in-competition at the *Academy Award-qualifying* 41st Seattle International Film Festival, May, 2015.
THIS WAS MY SON is the true story of the American Civil Rights icon, Mamie Till (mother of Emmett Till), and the tragedy that inspired her to spend her life battling social injustice and racial prejudice