6 Under-The-Radar Movies You'll Want To Catch Up With This Month
Ghost in the what, now? If this month's blockbusters are letting you down, here are six worthy alternatives, including a new horror fave, a doc about how movies have always been political, and a Japan-set drama starring actual Japanese people.
Kalief Browder's Family Was About To Settle His Lawsuit — Now Everything Is On Hold
The older brother of Kalief Browder, the New York City man who killed himself after being held for three years at Rikers Island without being charged with a crime, spoke to BuzzFeed News about the long struggle to get their family justice.
Filmmakers Call For DOJ Probe Into Harassment Of People Who Record Police During Killings
"We, the documentary community, call upon the Department of Justice to investigate a troubling pattern of abuse of power: the pervasive harassment of citizens who use cameras and social media to document and distribute footage of law enforcement."