The pandemic and social justice issues dominated 2020, and served as prime inspiration for student filmmakers in MSU’s Doc Lab. In January, the students are offering a front row seat of five new documentaries during a virtual screening that sheds light on the COVID-19 response and impact, police brutality and racism.
The collection of short, impactful films from the Documentary Laboratory for Creative Non-Fiction Film are sure to inspire and encourage dialogue. A virtual public screening and forum will take place at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 27.
See the list of films being shown and read the full story on the College of Communication Arts and Sciences website.