The Prison in Twelve Landscapes

The Prison in Twelve Landscapes

A film by Brett Story | 2016 | 87 minutes

In this remarkable documentary, filmmaker Brett Story (THE HOTTEST AUGUST) excavates the often-unseen links and connections that prisons – and our system of mass incarceration – have on communities and industries all around us; from a blazing California mountainside where female prisoners fight raging wildfires to a Bronx warehouse that specializes in prison-approved care packages to an Appalachian coal town betting its future on the promise of new prison jobs to the street where Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson (and to the nearby St. Louis County, where African-Americans are still fending off police harassment, but of a different form). THE PRISON IN TWELVE LANDSCAPES is a film about our criminal justice system in which we never see a penitentiary.

mla newspaper citation format essay on globalization disadvantages essay on the origins of world war one how to avoid headache with viagra where to buy viagra brisbane owl purdue apa essay enter source site practice what you preach meaning essay matthew arnold essay on keats strafe fr viagra handel sample of reflective writing essay assigned ports comparison and contrast essay sample lasix imprint in the assignment enter site prednisone side effects in dogs dicas de como usar o viagra model essay english spm dialogue over the counter supplement for viagra essay on prize distribution function viagra pfizer generic thesis report on antibiotics REVIEWS

“This film by Brett Story is a wonder… It’s a real work of art, but the kind of art that can only be made by someone who understands the deep under-structures of carceral society, carceral geography. The film is beautiful, sad, poetic, and funny.”
— Rachel Kushner, author of The Mars Room and The Flamethrowers

Critic’s Pick! “An unexpectedly moving look at the elements of the confinement industry that hide in plain sight.”
— The New York Times