“The Wall” – a documentary film about those living at a Native American homeless camp
America’s homelessness epidemic displayed itself in my home city of Minneapolis with the rise of its largest-ever tent city in 2018. I documented the rise of this camp known as “The Wall” by its 300 Native American residents. Then, I captured their stories: how they came to be at this homeless camp, what their days were like, and what their hopes for the future beyond this camp were.
Want to see this film? See below about hosting a screening.
HOST A SCREENING
On May 19, 2019 I premiered this documentary in Minneapolis (trailer above).
I continue hosting screenings to groups interested in the topics of homelessness, substance abuse, and Native Americans. The proceeds from each screening are helping those in homeless situations working to build a better life.
To learn more about this film, to contribute to the cause, or to inquire about a screening, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is The Periphery?
A media devoted to stories that bring into focus that which we ordinarily miss–through interviews, with analysis, and by taking action.