Not Right – 2017
Show Title: Not Right
Wednesday, April 5, 7:00 PM
Director: Lydia Moyer
A young white woman whose narrative of living primarily among the Mohave was famous in its time.
The Enemy Within
Director: Jennifer Granville/Jonathan Bairstow
On the 18th June 1984, in South Yorkshire England, one of the most violent clashes in British industrial history took place. The Battle of Orgreave.
Director: Amanda Zackem
Pulitzer Prize winning Journalist, Author and Activist Chris Hedges, discusses modern day consumerism, totalitarian corporate power and living in a culture dominated by pervasive illusion.
Director: Sorrel Brae
A young woman returns to a centuries-old redwood grove — the site of a long-ago environmental protest — to face her past, 250 feet in the air.
Beneath a Glass Floor Lobby
Director: Lisa Danker
A native Tequesta village dating back to 600 AD is discovered while the city of Miami excavates land for the city’s “birthplace.” History is at stake in failing to adequately preserve the ancient past.
Le Quinze Mai à Paris
Director: Janek Ambros
A film of Paris on May 15, 2016 juxtaposed with a Parisian narrator telling us the story of May 15, 1848.
More Dangerous Than a Thousand Rioters
Director: Kelly Gallagher
The powerful and inspiring life of revolutionary Lucy Parsons. She dedicated her life to fighting against capitalism, racism, and sexism.
Seriously Not Funny
Director: Anitoch College Students
A document of the carnivalesque 2016 Republican National Convention from the outside – the people’s side.