Cinéma vérité (French: [sinema veʁite], “truthful cinema”; English: /ˈsɪnɨmə vɛrɨˈteɪ/)
A style of filmmaking that attempts to convey candid realism. Combines naturalistic techniques with stylized cinematic devices of editing and camerawork, staged set-ups, and the use of the camera to provoke subjects.
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Fallen SoldierThis documentary film provides an immersive experience of one community's response to Police Brutality in GA. The events depicted are the response of an unarmed person of color being fatally injured, due to the use of deadly force. It is the duty of the people to stand up in the face of injustice and create the change we want to see.
#ATLisReadyThe film provides an insider look at local Atlanta based activists unifying to counter protest a pro White Supremacy rally that took place at Stone Mountain park in GA on April 23 2016. The myth that activists blindly march and cause a ruckus with no direction, intention, or strategy will hopefully be dispelled. The title of the film, #ATLisReady, borrows its name from a more recent Social Justice oriented group that has been birthed in Atlanta, with some of their goals being to amplify the work of existing activism focused groups and coalition building in Atlanta.
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