While the 2016 election catalyzed the Women’s March and a new era of feminist activism, Tamika Mallory and Erika Andiola have been fighting for their communities for years. Their stories expose the fundamental connection between the personal and the political, and asks: how can intersectionality birth a new social justice movement?
Director Bio: Amy Berg is a critically acclaimed, Emmy-award winning and Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker. Her first film, Deliver Us from Evil, was nominated for an Academy Award and a DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary in 2007. She went on to direct West of Memphis, which premiered to rave reviews at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, was BAFTA nominated, and won the WGA Documentary Screenplay Award. In 2013, Amy’s psychological thriller, Every Secret Thing performed very well on demand. She then directed a documentary about pedophilia in Hollywood, An Open Secret, followed by the documentary Prophet’s Prey. Her project about music legend Janis Joplin, Janis: Little Girl Blue, premiered at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals followed by a theatrical release in fall 2015. The film was critically acclaimed and very successful in the international box office. Amy’s latest doc series DOGS is currently on Netflix and Berg’s highly anticipated series on the Adnan Syed Case will air March 2019 on HBO. Til Everybody’s Free is her most recent project.