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Free The People is a three part docuseries detailing 6 months of the 2020 Black Lives Matter movement in Washington, DC from Juneteenth to Thanksgiving. It was filmed, edited and directed by Kintsugi Kelley-Chung (Formerly known as Kian Kelley-Chung) and Andrew Jasiura, two young independent filmmakers who just graduated from the University of Maryland before the uprisings began. Our mission was to document this historical moment and ensure that it was remembered and retold from the perspective of the activists that on the frontlines, not just from the corporate news agencies that were far removed from the people.
(This film has not yet been rated. It contains scenes of intense violence and graphic language that some viewers may find disturbing and/or triggering.)

 

  • On October 12th, you are invited to Maxey Auditorium at 6pm to watch the definitive docutrilogy of DC's BLM movement! The film will be playing from 6-9pm, so folks can come at any time to get a taste of the film before our MAIN EVENT on October 13. 6pm-9pm
  • Then, join us on October 13th for a Q&A with directors and an EXCLUSIVE screening of part 3, followed by a reception with FREE FOOD! This is a MUST-SEE EVENT! Learn what it was like to be on the frontlines, and have the opportunity to explore the film with the people who made it! 5pm-9pm
  • Finally, On October 14th, come to Reid Basement from 11am-3pm for workshops with the directors. Have all of your burning questions answered, and get to chat one-on-one with acclaimed directors Kintsugi Kelley-Chung and Andrew Jaisura! 11am-3pm

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