MMP Welcomes our Spokane Venue and the Spokane Social Justice Film Festival!

Spokane is ROCKING social justice documentary film!

The new Meaningful Movies venue in Spokane will be showing their first film on March 15 at 7 PM at Spokane UUC, 4340 W Ft George Wright Dr.  The film is Imprisoning a Generation.


The Social Justice Film Institute will be holding their first “Best of the Fest” film festival in Spokane from March 1st to March 3rd.  Below are details about the Festival, a weekend of award-winning, thought-provoking films from the Social Justice Film Festival.  Admission is FREE!

Full schedule:

March 1, 7 PM – The Providers

Set against the backdrop of the physician shortage and opioid epidemic in rural America, The Providers follows three healthcare providers in northern New Mexico.

Screens with “Mexico: Looking for Lost Migrants”

March 2, 4 PM – Go Penguins!

Go Penguins! is a documentary that follows a theatre troupe’s inspiring journey to produce a Broadway-style musical featuring children and young adults with developmental disabilities in lead and ensemble roles.

Screens with “Take Good Care of My Baby”

March 2, 7 PM – waałšiʔaƛin (Coming Home)

waałšiʔaƛin explores the modern story of the Huu-ay-aht First Nations, a self-governing nation on the west coast of Vancouver Island who have survived natural disasters, famine, war and colonial oppression.

Screens with “Reclamation: The Rise at Standing Rock”

March 3, 3 PM – The Guardians

Director Billie Mintz exposes the shockingly corrupt system of state-appointed guardians, fueled by greed, that has targeted Baby Boomer wealth.

Screens with “Dignity of Risk”

March 3, 6 PM – Sincerely, the Black Kids and Side by Side

In Sincerely, the Black Kids, follow the stories of black student leaders from colleges around the country that are becoming battlegrounds for racial politics and agendas. Sometimes, they say, it IS because you’re black.

In a series of intensely intimate, first-person narratives filmed around the world, Side by Side explores the South Korean adoptee experience through stories of abandonment, relinquishment, and reunification.