Virtually Free Trailer
Hot off winning three film festival awards for Best Documentary Short – we are pleased to share the Virtually Free trailer with you!
And now is the time to book an exclusive virtual screening of the award-winning short documentary along with a workshop with Director and Educator André Robert Lee. You can share the film with your coworkers, classroom, or community.
A documentary about unlikely allies in Richmond, VA who partner to transform the juvenile justice system and stop mass incarceration.
Directed by André Robert Lee and Produced by Susan MacLaury and Alexandra Blaney of Shine Global
Expand and deepen the way you talk about anti-racism, policing in America, education, and the power of the arts in your community.
A workshop and screening package includes:
- Private viewing of the 40-minute film for your community
- Facilitated conversations and activities tailored to your groups needs and interest
- Discussion guide and standards-based curriculum to help your community continue the conversations in a constructive way after we leave
Director André Robert Lee
André Robert Lee previously directed and produced The Prep School Negro, served as Producer on the documentary I’m Not Racist… Am I? and partnered with Shine Global (War Dance; Inocente) on an episode of “The Election Effect” for Paramount TV. He has served as a facilitator, reader, and speaker for the National Association of Independent Schools People of Color Conference and The Gates Millennium Scholars Program. André is a recipient of many awards and acknowledgements; he also teaches filmmaking at the Germantown Friends School where he is designing a film program and is a former Professor at Wharton. André leads Civil Rights Tours for students of the Carolina Friends School and with adults for The Nation Magazine.