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Film: Long Night’s Journey into Day
Film: Long Night’s Journey into Day

Long Night’s Journey Into Day reveals a South Africa trying to forge a lasting peace after 40 years of government by the most notorious system of racial segregation since Nazi Germany. The documentary studies South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), set up by the post-apartheid, democratic government to consider amnesty for perpetrators of crimes committed under apartheid’s reign.

Film: Afro Uruguay: Forward Together
Film: Afro Uruguay: Forward Together

Afro Uruguay: Forward Together is a documentary film about the Afro Uruguayan community, its unique history, rich musical traditions, and contemporary struggles for uplift and change.

Film: Skin Deep
Film: Skin Deep

The idea for SKIN DEEP came about in the late 1980′s when Frances Reid, the producer / director, noticed a dramatic increase in the number of racial incidents at colleges and universities across the country. Twenty-five years after the Civil Rights Movement racism and racial tension seemed to be very much alive in this country. Maybe less overt, but very much alive.

Iris Films offers a full suite of the latest production and editing equipment and actively seeks opportunities to partner with individuals and organizations to produce and distribute multimedia content that engages, uplifts and nourishes communities.

Iris Films’ productions are used by activists, teachers, students and community groups to facilitate discussions about a range of issues such as social justice, human rights, and civil rights.

If you would like to talk with us about how we can help your group use media to draw attention to the issues that matter to you, drop us a line at projects@irisfilms.org.

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