Three women from vastly different backgrounds unite to protest the deaths of their sons, all of whom died suspiciously in custody of the NYPD.
Grappling with a new development project, residents in a Brooklyn community stare down the triple threat of climate change, deindustrialization, and gentrification.
Kelly Anderson is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker whose documentaries include My Brooklyn (America ReFramed), Every Mother's Son (POV/ITVS), and Out At Work (HBO). Her work has received the Tribeca Audience Award, a GLAAD Award, and a national Emmy nomination. She currently chairs the Department of Film and Media Studies at Hunter College.
Jay Sterrenberg is a New York-based director, editor, and a founder of Meerkat Media Collective. Editing work includes Dark Money (POV), After Maria (Netflix), Trophy (CNN), and Peabody and Independent Spirit Award-winner Immigration Nation (Netflix). He directed Public Money (POV), about an experiment in participatory democracy in Sunset Park.
Brenda Avila-Hanna is a Mexican filmmaker and educator. Her work has been showcased at HotDocs, Lakino Berlin, HBO, Fusion Network, and more. Brenda is a Rockwood/Just Films Fellow and part of the inaugural cohort of DOC NYC’s “Documentary Industry New Leaders.” She currently leads Artist Development for the Watsonville Film Festival.