The Revolution Will Be Digitized and It’s Coming to Your City
Today citizen activist groups like WeCopwatch are turning their cameras on, capturing police offenses, and protecting the rights of citizens. In her powerful directorial debut, COPWATCH, journalist turned director, Camilla Hall, offers an intimate view and rare access to WeCopwatch.
The new COPWATCH documentary released by Bow and Arrow Entertainment in association with Gunpowder & Sky, will screen theatrically in the following select cities leading up to the Video On Demand debut on September 29th. Additional cities to be announced on copwatchfilm.com. Please purchase tickets too!
- New York, NY (Sept 22 Metrograph Cinema)
- Los Angeles CA (Sept 22, Echo Park Film Center)
- Harlem, NY (Sept 23rd, Maysles Cinema)
- Chicago, IL (Sept 22-28, Facets Cinematheque )
- Columbus, OH (Sept 22-28th, Gateway Film Center)
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