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  • “Angola Do You Hear Us?” Oscar-Shortlisted Doc on Plantation Prison Takes On Mass Incarceration

  • "Angola Do You Hear Us? Voices From a Plantation Prison" features the words of men who witnessed Peterson's electric performance and tell the story of how it sparked change

  • “Angola Do You Hear Us? Voices from a Plantation Prison” shortlisted for the 95th Academy Awards

  • Angola, Do You Hear Us – Director Cinque Northern

  • Angola Do You Hear Us? Voices From a Plantation Prison (MTV Documentary Films)

  • Ask Angola Prison: What Difference Can a Play Make?

  • Cinque Northern on Capturing an Undeniable Call to Action in “Angola Do You Hear Us?”

  • Documentary Shorts: Jury Award for Powerful Storytelling – Angola Do You Hear Us? Voices from a Plantation Prison, directed by Cinque Northern

  • DOC NYC Shortlist Announcement Brings Focus To Wide-Open Documentary Awards Race

  • US prison documentary highlights the raw power of art

  • “Directing When You Are an Editor Feels Like Cheating”: Cinque Northern on His Telluride Doc Short Angola Do You Hear Us?

  • Chile y su nueva Constitución: filme a estrenarse en Tribeca

  • “They’re Trying to Kill Us”, “Explant” among Tribeca Online Premieres

  • Apples to Apples, But for Art? A New Card Game Asks Players to Find Connections Within Agnes Gund’s Storied Collection

  • Agnes Gund's celebrated collection inspires a new arty card game

  • 'Aggie': Film Review | Sundance 2020

  • CATHERINE GUND with Thyrza Nichols Goodeve

  • Art for Justice and AGGIE

  • Reimagining Narratives of Incarceration and Justice

  • Social Justice Filmmaker Catherine Gund: Moving You ‘Beyond Empathy’

  • Agnes Gund, Art For Justice Founder, Walks The Walk In New Film 'Aggie'

  • Catherine Gund in conversation with Michaela Angela Davis

  • New Documentary Offers Touching Portrait of Collector and Philanthropist Agnes Gund

  • AGGIE, art, and social justice

  • WNYC Allison Stewart: A documentary about Agnes Gund

  • New Social Environments: Catherine Gund with Thyrza Nichols Goodeve

  • NPR's What Movies To Expect This Fall

  • The Documentary Films You Can't Afford to Miss in 2020

  • At Sundance, Tracing the Potential of Visual Art as an Agent of Change

  • “No Object Is More Important Than People, Artists, Community and Love”: Catherine Gund | Aggie

  • 'Greatness' in the Classroom': One film and one educator can teach us all a lesson or two — and perhaps guide us — as we talk about reforming our education system