WATCH: An Interview with Filmmaker Ellie Walton



Filmmaker Ellie Walton reveals how history informed her future as a storyteller. Watch Walton’s entire ‘Beyond the Lens’ interview: https://youtu.be/HDFX0f-8_0c

LA MANPLESA: AN UPRISING REMEMBERED: On May 5, 1991, people took to the streets of Washington D.C. to protest the police shooting of Daniel Gomez. The film weaves together the collective memory of one of D.C.’s first barrios and dives into the roots of the rebellion. For more: https://bit.ly/ARF_LaManplesa

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