The film, directed by Jean Dunoyer, captured Collier’s time educating students and working with new technologies at MIT. At the end, 200 MIT musicians had the opportunity to perform on stage with him. After the film concluded, Dr. Harris, the director of the MIT Wind and Jazz Ensembles, who worked with Collier last year, offered these words: “I am so happy.”
Spanning three major U.S. cities and telling the stories of four survivors, I Am Evidence brings to light a relatively unheard-of problem regarding sexual assault in America. I Am Evidence is the story of the 400,000 untested, abandoned rape kits sitting in police warehouses all over the United States.
This documentary follows immunologist Jim Allison’s arduous path from a childhood in Alice, Texas to his Nobel Prize last year. Much like Allison’s real journey, it jumps around and occasionally leaves you confused, but turns out to mostly make sense in the end.
In the new documentary ‘East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story,’ directors Sarah Burns and David McMahon remind us that housing is not just a building where we live; it’s intertwined with where we work, what opportunities our children have, and how we interact with the rest of society.