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Ferguson 365

  • Documentary and factual
  • Christopher Phillips

Summary

Ferguson 365 provides a historical context of the racial divide that exists in Missouri, and how the once Caucasian suburb of Ferguson has, over time, transformed into a predominately African-American community that erupted in social unrest in response to the shooting death of unarmed African-American teenager, Michael Brown Jr. With a unique local's viewpoint and unprecedented access into the community, Christopher uncovers the untold story and perspective of the Ferguson natives and activists and the wedge separating them from law enforcement and local government. Ferguson 365 follows the story both locally and across the country as the Black Lives Matter movement builds momentum concurrently with the presidential political race in response to more slain civilians, with 'Ferguson' as its foundation. After a scathing Department of Justice report, the film follows the stories of sacrifice, triumph, and tragedy from and a core group of activists of various backgrounds fighting a pivotal test to see if true reform will once and for all, be brought to Ferguson.

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Credits

Cast

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SelfMichael-John Voss
SelfDavid Whitt
SelfEmily Davis
SelfAmy Hunter

Crew

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DirectorChristopher Phillips

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Languages
English
Formats
Colour
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