Video from No Visible Trauma
Directed by: Robinder Uppal, + Marc Serpa Francoeur
No Visible Trauma
Robinder Uppal & Marc Serpa Francoeur (Dir), 98 minutes, Canada, US Premiere
In the midst of a global uprising against police violence and systemic racism, No Visible Trauma examines the deeply troubled Calgary Police Service; exposing the devastating, far reaching, and deadly consequences of the department’s culture and practices.
Joe Quint (Dir), 13 minutes, USA, WNY Premiere
Roz Pichardo is working to heal her neighbors in Philadelphia’s Kensington area, a neighborhood hit hard by crime and the opioid crisis. After being thrown off a bridge by an abusive ex-boyfriend, the unsolved murder of her brother, and the suicide of her identical twin sister, she’s able to channel her trauma into service by helping the often-forgotten people of North Philadelphia.
16 students reinvestigate five wrongful conviction cases, helping to free a man incarcerated for over 25 years – Buffalo’s Valentino Dixon.Read more
Fleeing Mississippi in 1915 as her father escaped a lynch mob, Mamie Lang Kirkland resettles and eventually raises her family in Buffalo.Read more
Classmates from a behavior modification boarding school confront the personal cost of the trauma inflicted by the school’s cruel practices.Read more