In Pursuit of Justice
In Pursuit of Justice tells the story of the first man to be proven innocent by the North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission — a unique state agency that reviews innocence claims. It is the only one of its kind in the country.
This film is available to educational institutions, and community groups through our distributor, The Video Project.
We’ll be making our Los Angeles premiere the weekend of September 27 & 28 at the Justice on Trial Film Festival Loyola Marymount University. We’re still waiting on the details. If past festivals are any guide the panels, speakers and films are not to be missed!
We will be showing the film at the Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival Saturday, October 12, at 10:15 AM in the Shirley A. Massey Conference Center, Morehouse College 830 Westview Dr. SW, Atlanta, GA. We’re particularly excited because Morehouse grad, filmmaker Spike Lee will be there to accept an award. To purchase tickets click on the image on the left.
On Sunday, October 13 at 5:00 PM we’ll be screening at the Tryon International Film Festival in picturesque Tryon, NC. And we’ll be screening in the beautifully renovated Tryon Theatre. This recently renovated cinema is almost worth the trip itself! Special thanks to Ray McLeese for sponsoring our screening. Greg Taylor and Chris Mumma will attend for a special Q&A after the film!
We’ll make our Chicago premiere at the (In)Justice for All Film Festival in Chicago in early October (3 – 12). The schedule hasn’t been announced yet. Details to come!
Balance the Scales of Justice in Your State
The story of Greg Taylor’s arrest and exoneration is a perfect way to begin a discussion of your state’s criminal justice system. Greg’s case includes snitch testimony, faulty forensic science, questionable decisions by his attorney, and a rush to judgement by the police.
Book an Appearance for Your Special Screening
Invite one of the filmmakers, or one of the people in the film, to present In Pursuit of Justice at your screening to help Greg’s story and the story of criminal justice reform connect with everyone who comes to see it. We love to meet your audiences, discuss the issues the film raises and, of course, answer questions!