1968 was a year of revolts, rebellions, and revolution. This feature-length documentary is a mix of former Black Student Union members, supporting students, and teachers who were involved with the massive movement at John C. Fremont High School in Los Angeles. The revolt at Fremont High occurred 3 years after the first Watts Rebellion in August 1965. The film consists of rare news footage, photos, newspapers, and magazine articles of the past, with present-day interviews with the frontline resistors. Hear the resistors recount their battles of this relatively unknown past so our future can prepare their present resistance.
Best Documentary – Culver City Film Festival 2022