Shorts: Seeking Justice

  • Department Of Injustice
  • Say His Name: Five Days for George Floyd
  • Until We Find Them

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General Public:FREE
Film Info
Festival Programs:Shorts
Minnesota Made
Social Justice
Black Perspectives
Best of Fest Encores
Runtime:50 min


May 25, 2021 marks one year since the killing of George Floyd, a day to reflect, call for justice, and heal. The MSPIFF40 Audience Choice winning short documentary, Say His Name: Five Days for George Floyd, focuses on the aftermath following George Floyd's murder. The film will be available to view for free through May 27.

A selection of documentaries focused on social justice and seeking truth.

Films are listed here in screening order.

Say His Name: Five Days for George Floyd: The incomprehensible police murder of George Floyd on May 25th, sparked a global uprising, the epicenter in Director Cy Dodson's Minneapolis neighborhood, revealing an immersive observation of unrest in the days between the killing of George Floyd and the charges filed against police officer Derek Chauvin.
Director: Cy Dodson | Runtime: 20 min | Country: USA | 2021 | English

Department Of Injustice: A fictional caller contacts the U.S. Department of Justice to report an incident of killing by the police. Department of Injustice comments on the state of justice and accountability regarding police violence in America, in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Director: Travis Wood | Runtime: 5 min | Country: USA | 2020 | English


Until We Find Them: An intimate portrait of two journalists seeking truth and justice for Mexico's disappeared.
Un retrato íntimo de dos periodistas que buscan la verdad y justicia para las y los desaparecidos de México.
Director: Hunter Johnson | Runtime: 30 min | Countries: Mexico, USA | 2021 | Spanish


Included Shorts

Say His Name: Five Days for George Floyd (20min) More
Department Of Injustice (5min) More
Until We Find Them (30min) More