Destini Riley co-directs an animated documentary looking at the separate experiences of her family members in the wake of her brother’s incarceration.
Date: Saturday, February 11, 3PM and Sunday, February 12, 1:30PM
Location: Glicker Milstein Theater, Diana Center LL200
Q&A session to follow screenings
Nicholas Pilarski is a documentary fellow at Duke University, and currently working in Brownsville, Brooklyn on an interactive VR project with the Center for Court Innovation.
Destini Riley is a high school senior in Durham, N.C., and an activist in the Black Lives Matter movement. Along with the film’s co-producers, they are developing a collaborative called Peoples Culture that helps communities shape their narratives through art and filmmaking.