Doc Shorts: No Justice, No Peace
A Ferguson resident offers an intimate portrait of the events following Michael Brown Jr.'s death and a critical look at the city's policing policies.
Chris Phillips, U.S., 2015, 20 min.
Ferguson Documented: In 36 Hours
A diverse collection of voices share their experiences with racism and policing of communities of color.
Luis Abarca & Carla Usher, U.S., 2015, 15 min.
A look at the #BlackLivesMatter movement and the complexities of race, justice, peace, and guilt while on the ground in Ferguson.
Zinhle Essamuah, U.S., 2014, 28 min.
A juxtaposition of Cuban filmmaker Santiago Alvarez's “NOW!,” a 1965 civil-rights film, with eerily similar footage from the streets of Ferguson in 2014.
Alexander Johnston, U.S., 2014, 5 min.
Film CategoryRace in America: The Black Experience Shorts Competition Show-Me Cinema
SubjectAfrican American Policing/Criminal Justice
With “Ferguson 365” director Phillips, “Ferguson Documented: In 36 Hours” co-directors Usher and Abarca, and “Hands Up” director Essamuah.
Washington University's African & African-American Studies Program