The Dean Scream
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Do Not Resist
Rafael 3Sun, Oct 9, 2016 3:45 PM
Many have been alarmed by the recent spectacle of police in full riot gear and armored vehicles moving through peaceful demonstrations. Sure to spark debate, this disquieting documentary puts the viewer on the streets in the middle of the action and seeks to examine our growing culture of militarization in law enforcement. PRECEDED BY DEAN SCREAM US 2016, 10 min Director Bryan Storkel
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Do Not Resist
Sequoia 1Wed, Oct 12, 2016 2:15 PM
Many have been alarmed by the recent spectacle of police in full riot gear and armored vehicles moving through peaceful demonstrations. Sure to spark debate, this disquieting documentary puts the viewer on the streets in the middle of the action and seeks to examine our growing culture of militarization in law enforcement. PRECEDED BY DEAN SCREAM US 2016, 10 min Director Bryan Storkel
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Film Info
Country:US
Year:2016
Running Time:10 min.
Description
This timely tale serves as a case study of how the media can take a simple, innocent moment in time and spin it into something completely different.
Additional Information
Bryan Storkel loves telling true and unusual stories. His first film, Holy Rollers, was released by Warner Bros and featured on The Colbert Report and This American Life. His follow-up, Fight Church, won the Grand Jury Prize at IFF Boston 2014 was picked up by Lionsgate/Netflix. In 2014, Storkel also edited The Internet’s Own Boy,which was short-listed for an Academy Award. He also produced Little Hope Was Arson, which premiered on Independent Lens/PBS. Storkel's latest projects include an ESPN 30-for-30,The Bad Boy of Bowling, and several documentary films and TV series currently in production.