‘Whose Streets’ Directors On Telling The Ferguson Story

A scene from ‘Whose Streets’, in which activist Brittany Ferrell protests alongside a crowd.
A scene from the documentary 'Whose Streets', in which activist Brittany Ferrell protests alongside a crowd. Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures
A scene from ‘Whose Streets’, in which activist Brittany Ferrell protests alongside a crowd.
A scene from the documentary 'Whose Streets', in which activist Brittany Ferrell protests alongside a crowd. Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures

‘Whose Streets’ Directors On Telling The Ferguson Story

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The documentary Whose Streets? utilizes “recollections, phone footage, social media posts and present-day testimony” to tell the tragic story of the aftermath of Michael Brown’s murder. Brown, an unarmed black man, was killed by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer.

WBEZ film contributor Milos Stehlik joins us to interview filmmakers Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis, the co-directors of Whose Streets?. The film opens in the Chicago area August 11 at select theaters.