UNSPOKEN: A Documentary Feature Film
Can a town marked by the last mass lynching make peace with its past? UNSPOKEN is a documentary feature film that traces the journey of resident Stephanie Calabrese who picks up an iPhone camera to uncover buried truths and explore how the community has been impacted by its racial divide through the lens of her own whiteness. Stephanie’s foray into filmmaking offers an insider’s intimate look at the impact of the 1946 quadruple lynching, segregation and integration through today in Monroe, Georgia, and shatters a code of silence that has distanced neighbor from neighbor for generations.
Encore Screening of "UNSPOKEN"
Sunday, June 4 at 3:00pm (Doors Open at 2:00pm)
WHERE: On Stage Playhouse, Monroe, GA
Following the film, we'll host our second Community Dialog Inspired by UNSPOKEN and lead by Haley Smith, Director of Diversity and Inclusion for Berry College for Walton County residents. Our first session attended by 50 residents was a powerful experience and feedback from those participants urged us to have more of them so we can reach more neighbors. Thanks to community support, we're happy to make it happen! If you're a Walton County resident, please register below to join us:
Community Dialog Inspired by UNSPOKEN
Saturday, June 10, 10:00am - 1:00pm (Doors Open at 9:30am)
Team Up Mentoring, Monroe, GA