Community Patrol

2018 | USA | 13 min.
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Shorts on Shuffle I
Bijou by the Bay Thu, Aug 2, 2018 3:00 PM
Kubrick by Candlelight is a whimsical and imaginary glimpse in the drama that can unfold behind the scenes of a major film production like Barry Lyndon. Black Sheep is a visual examination of a young man’s struggle, dealing with questions of race and family identity after his family moves into a small english village run by racists. The Water Slide is a terrifying look into what caused the death of a young boy on the world’s tallest water slide. In My Dead Dad’s Porno Tapes, filmmaker Charlie Tyrell seeks to better understand his reclusive and isolated late father through personal items he left behind, including a collection of dirty VHS tapes. In Community Patrol an inspiring Detroit minister encourages his community to shut down a drug house in a hopeful example of collective action. And finally, A Singular Garden reflects on a historical and urban garden in Rio de Janeiro as a place where the cultural identity of Brazil collides wi
Film Info
Section:Short Films
Original Title:2018
Release Year:13 min.
Runtime:Short Documentary
Premiere Status:Northern Michigan Premiere
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Minister Malik Shabazz
Produced by:Andrew James
Screenwriter:Sara Archambault
Jolyn Schleiffarth
Katie Tibaldi
Editing By:Andrew James
Music By:Andrew James
Executive Producer:Shigeto

Description

A Detroit minister rallies the community to shut down a drug house in an inspiring display of collective action. Observational, nonfiction cinema.

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