3 Latino films @ BraveMaker Film Festival “Justice for All” // Redwood City
3 amazing documentaries (one feature and two shorts) that celebrate justice in its various forms!
Sat, July 9, 2022
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM.
Century 20 Downtown Redwood City Screen 18
825 Middlefield Road
Redwood City, CA 94063.
About this event:
Un Barco di mi Mama directed by Susana Canales Barrón (7 mins)
Susana Canales Barrón is a Chicana lens-based artist and documentary filmmaker based in Northern California. She was born in Santa Ana, California, but her story begins in Sain Alto, Zacatecas. She is passionate about using her camera and unique perspective to push back against inequalities experienced by marginalized communities. The idea of bodies in motion as a form of survival is seen in her camera work which she uses as a method toward decolonizing documentary filmmaking. She is intentional about encouraging empathy, flexibility, multidisciplinarity, and critical awareness through this form of visual storytelling.
Susana graduated summa cum laude from UC Davis with a B.A. in Cinema and Digital Media and a minor in Theatre and Dance. She is currently working on an MFA in Documentary Filmmaking at Stanford.
The Rebellious Life of Ms. Rosa Parks (100 mins) direcetd by Yoruba Richen and Johanna Hamilton
This first feature documentary about Civil Rights icon Rosa Parks delves deep into her historic role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott and her work both before and after this event. Through interviews with people who knew her, powerful archival footage and her own words, the film tells the story of Parks’ extensive organizing, radical politics, and lifelong dedication to activism.
Johanna Hamilton and Yoruba Richen, award-winning directors, create work that delves into cultural, political, and historical themes. Their films can be seen on a variety of platforms, including HBO, PBS and Netflix, and both have been featured at many film festivals including Tribeca and Sundance
CAMPESINOS (21 mins) directed by Joe Poni
This documentary helps tell the stories of California farmworkers and documents their perseverance during one of the most challenging times in recent history, the COVID-19 pandemic.
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