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Summer Documentary Labs

Be challenged. Get inspired. Move your project forward leaps and bounds.  Join a select group of emerging filmmakers to think through every aspect of your work-in-progress in this tightly structured program.

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Work with UnionDocs

We’re hiring! Positions open for Director of Development, Grants
& Finance Manager, and Line Producer for our Carceral Screens & The Abolitionist Imagination Collaborative Studio.

Cop shows, prison films, and true crime docs have a long history of glorifying the criminal justice system, naturalizing its inherent violence, and narrowing the imaginative possibilities for abolition. 

In a new iteration of our Collaborative Studio, co-designed with esteemed experimental filmmaker Christopher Harris, we invite a collective to examine, contextualize and dismantle scripts of the carceral state from the archives of popular culture.