Marvin Booker and Michael Marshall Civil Rights Night: Almost Home: Life After Incarceration
Presented by the law firm of Killmer Lane, LLP
Every year, DocuWest presents a civil rights movie in honor of Marvin Booker & Michael Marshall. Two citizens who died as detainees in the death house that is downtown Denver’s Van-Cise Simonet Detention Center. Their stories were told in Denverdocsoc’s award-winning civil rights feature film, Marvin Booker Was Murdered (Dir. Wade Gardner, 2017). So each year we reflect on them by presenting an evening in their honor. By screening a film that touches on civil and human rights.
This year, we screen Almost Home: Life After Incarceration a special film that was submitted to the festival follows formerly incarcerated students enrolled in an innovative program at a community college in Southern California. Giving us a glimpse of reality we may not recognize.
Director: Bill Wisneski
Executive Producer: Bill Wisneski
Producers: Bill Wisneski, Cameron Lui
Editors: Angela Wong, Luke Bisagna
- Director: Bill Wisneski
- Country: USA
- Run Time: 59
- Year Produced: 2023