Always In Season by Jacqueline Olive

As the trauma of more than a century of lynching African Americans bleeds into the present, Always in Season follows relatives of the perpetrators and victims seeking justice and reconciliation in the midst of racial profiling, police shootings, and heated national debate about the value of black lives.

Always In Season is a 2018 recipient of Working Films’ Impact Kickstart award, which includes in-kind impact campaign strategy development.

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CALL FOR MEDIA TO STOP ATTACKS ON IMMIGRANTS

Working Films and our partners at NAKASEC (The National Korean American Service & Education Consortium), The National Domestic Workers Alliance, The UndocuBlack Network, and United We Dream are looking for short films to support immigrants’ rights organizing and end racist attacks on immigrant communities. Together, we are curating a compilation…

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Devil We Know Screening Tour Highlights...

After it was discovered that Chemours, a chemical company founded as a spin-off from Dupont, was dumping a toxic polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) known as GenX into North Carolina’s Cape Fear River – which over 200,000 people depend on for drinking water – we were motivated to act and to ensure…

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ANNOUNCING INAUGURAL DOCS IN ACTION FILM FUND...

Working Films launched the Docs In Action Film Fund in early 2018 to support the production of short documentaries that address critical issues of social and environmental justice. Our inaugural call for applications sought non-fiction films illuminating “Just Recovery”, defined as the long-term cultural changes, planning, partnerships, investment, and infrastructure…

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