June 14, 2013
March 23, 2013
July 28, 2012
A box of redacted FBI files challenges a filmmaker to reveal what it hides.
July 9, 2012
Indiegogo campaign launched to support outreach and complete classroom version!
May 4, 2012
Communing with socially engaged university students, Nikkei and Palestinian folk.
Saturday, April 28, 2012 - 8:00pm
Bijou Art Cinemas
492 East 13th Ave
April 24, 2012
Contact: David L. Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org
April 12, 2012
“This film, which allows us to see parallels between the treatment of Muslims following 9/11 and Japanese Americans in WWII, is a strong reminder of the fragility of human rights and an excellent discussion prompter.”
March 26, 2012
February 19, 2012
Today is the 70th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066, which cleared the way for the forced removal and incarceration of more than 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry 11,000 people of German ancestry (including Jews) and 3,000 people of Italian ancestry. This anniversary is being commemorated by Japanese American communities all over the U.S.
October 24, 2011
It was a real honor to have Enemy Alien included in a film festival devoted to Palestinians, to be included among Mohammad Bakri’s latest film Zahara which I was able to catch the night before my own screening.
October 7, 2011
On Saturday, September 24, I took a trip down to Galloway, New Jersey for a reunion of sorts with the main people who dedicated themselves to the fight for the freedom of Farouk Abdel-Muhti (a two-year struggle retold in the documentary Enemy Alien).
Life or Liberty is a nonprofit, multimedia project telling the stories of communities targeted under anti-immigrant policies.
In the most volatile of America's WW2 concentration camps, thousands of Japanese American "disloyals" challenged their incarceration and renounced their citizenship.
See how a Bangladeshi-American family targeted by Special Registration fights back.
Detained by Homeland Security, Palestinian activist Farouk tells his own story from prison, as his son and supporters fight for his release.
The original, award-winning short on the family of a 9/11 detainee.