The Red Door Project
SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Institutions • 9m 15s
Blue Chalk worked with The Red Door Project to create a film that showcases its unique participatory process as they work to stage a series of monologues called “Evolve,” which tackles the fraught relationships between communities of color and law enforcement. In the face of seemingly insurmountable conflict, the show takes monologues drawn from law enforcement perspectives as well as from communities of color and puts that conflict on stage. This film captures the hard work and deep consideration that actors, directors, and even audience members suffuse throughout the show.
Director: Natalie Taylor
Producer: Whitney Bradshaw
2020 | 9 min | USA
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