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Art is a reflection of the place from which it emerges. Tell Them We Were Here chronicles the work of eight Bay Area artists and how each extends the legacy of local activism. Embedded within their practices we see the most pressing issues of our time: prison reform, homelessness, racial equity, feminism, environmental justice, and income inequality. In an age of hypercapitalism, these artists represent an empowering alternative worldview that emphasizes creativity and community over capital.
The film follows the work of artists Sadie Barnette, Amy Franceschini (Futurefarmers), Jim Goldberg, Tucker Nichols, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Alicia McCarthy, Nigel Poor (Ear Hustle), and Michael Swaine.
Join us after the screening for a Q&A with the filmmakers, Griff and Keelan Williams, as well as featured artists Sadie Barnette, Jim Goldberg, and Tucker Nichols.
Director: Griff and Keelan Williams
Running time: 88 minutes