Best of the Fest (Social Justice Film Festival) Sunday Night

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies Spokane with UUCS
6:30 PM, Sunday, February 16, 2020 PST
Location: Spokane (click for map)

“Unburied” – A poignant account of the heart-wrenching effect that hostile migration policies can have on real people. (Sally Fenaux Barleycorn, 6 min, Spain)

“Shadow Life: Shining Through Colorism & Depression” – Told through stop-motion animated shadow puppetry and an intimate interview, this film explores a young woman’s experiences working through colorist, racism and mental illness. (Miranda Kahn, 6 min, USA)

“Patrinell: The Total Experience” – The story of Patrinell Wright and her Total Experience Choir, an internationally recognized Seattle institution, is told against the backdrop of the city’s gentrification and racial history. (Tia Young, Andrew Elizaga, 94 min, USA)

Sunday 6:30 Film Block. Free/Donations accepted

Sponsors: Social Justice Film Festival. Gonzaga University School of Law.  

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Release Year: 2019

Running Time: 94

Director: Michale Rowley

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