Angola Do You Hear Us? Voices From A Plantation Prison
Under 30 Minutes • 26m
The story of Liza Jessie Peterson's shutdown performance of her play The Peculiar Patriot at Angola, America’s largest prison-plantation. The documentary examines what led to the shutdown, the material that confronted a system and the impact of her visit after it was erased by prison authorities.
Director and Producer: Cinque Northern
2022 | 27 min
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