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2019 | 19min | USA | Documentary

HD | B&W | Stereo




An artist collective painting murals in Sandtown-Winchester – an African-American neighborhood in the city of Baltimore, Maryland – demonstrates the rage, indignation and hope of its residents. Confronting major social traumas with courage and creativity, their actions shed a light on racism, repressive measures and the calls for social justice such as the ones following the death of Freddie Gray, a young African-American from the neighborhood who was assassinated by the police. The Sandtown murals show the reactions of this community against police brutality, as well as the racial and ethnic tensions that continue to have a strong presence in the city. French photographer Léa Eouzan documented the work by these muralists, portraying the artists who hit the streets in order to protest and to take a stand for social change. 




Justin Nethercut, Ernest Shaw, Léa Eouzan,

Megan Lewis, Adam Stab, Pablo Machioli

Written & directed by Francescu Artily

Music & sound designer: Jean-Florent Chatillon

Cinematography & edited by Francescu Artily

Subtitles translator: Julien Lafaye

Produced by White Chestnut Production

© Baltimore 2019


With the contribution of

  • CrossCurrents Foundation

  • French Embassy in the United States of America



- Best Documentary – Arte Mare Film Festival



- Festival des Films Identitaires et Solidaires – (Benin)

- Grenoble Street Art Movie Fest – (France)

- Visions du Réel / Media Library – (Switzerland)

- Festival du Film Politique – (France)

- Indie Street Film Festival – (USA)

- Embassy of France – (Washington DC, USA)

- Eubie Blake Cultural Center – (Baltimore, USA)

- Le Régent Movie Theater – (France)

- Arte Mare Film Festival – (France)

- Festival Passion Cinéma – (France)

- MediMed Doc – (Spain)

- Nišville Movie Summit – (Serbia)

- Institut Stanislas – (France)

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