For 40 years, the controversial community organizing group ACORN sought to empower marginalized communities. Its critics, though, believed ACORN exemplified everything wrong with liberal ideals, promoting government waste and ineffective activism.
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2018 Annapolis Film Festival to Screen Over 80 Films, “Beirut” “The Miracle Season” and More..
The 2018 Annapolis Film Festival will screen more than 80 films from 28 countries during the festival taking place March 22 to 25, 2018, including a U.S. premiere and four films from Sundance
BLACK BEACH/WHITE BEACH, GINGER NATION, KNIFE SKILLS, Among Docs Featured at Cucalorus Festival
The 23rd Cucalorus Festival takes over downtown Wilmington, North Carolina, from November 8 to 12 and will feature more than 70 documentaries
Napa Valley Film Festival Unveils 2017 Lineup, Opens with THE UPSIDE
The seventh annual Napa Valley Film Festival (NVFF) returns this fall with its five-day festival showcasing the year’s best new independent films from November 8 to 12, 2017.
New Orleans Film Festival Debuts “Change Makers” Strand – Featuring Stories of Social Activism and Advocacy
The 2017 New Orleans Film Festival will debut a new strand, titled “Change Makers” that brings to the forefront stories of social activism and advocacy.
John Ridley’s ‘Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992’ Among 10 Films on 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival Black Lens Lineup
The Black Lens program returns to the 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival featuring documentary and fiction films by African American filmmakers
Napa Valley Film Festival Announces Narrative and Documentary Feature Films in Competition
The 7th annual Napa Valley Film Festival (NVFF), scheduled to take place November 8 – 12, today announced its Narrative and Documentary Feature Film lineups in core competition.
2017 Tribeca Film Festival Announces Exiciting Feature Film Line Up
The Tribeca Film Festival today unveiled an exciting slate of films that will premiere at the 2017 festival.