Southwest of Salem: the Story of the San Antonio Four
Monday, June 26, 2017
Deborah Esquenazi’s riveting documentary explores the imprisonment of four Latina lesbians who were wrongly convicted of child molestation in 1994, thanks to a potent combination of homophobia, misogyny and racism. In her quest for exoneration, Esquenazi unearths surprising details during interviews with the women and their accusers. Our guest presenters tonight are F2L, community activists who fight for queer and trans New Yorkers of color being targeted by the criminal justice system. For F2L, SOS sharply captures how “the media works alongside a racist colonial court system that aims to incarcerate criminalized queer and trans people of color.” Join us for an important conversation.
Screening as part of Queer/Art/Film.
- Country USA
- Language English
- Rating NR
- Year 2016
- Running Time 91 minutes
- Director Deborah Esquenazi
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