Monday, August 22, 2011

Short films by Yale law students

Yale Visual Law Project is a student-created project at Yale Law School that explores the intersection between law and film. This year it produced two documentaries:

  • Alienation, on the effect of an immigration raid (a lot of Spanish with subtitles) 17:34 min
  • Stigma,  about racial profiling by the police 13:38 min.

The page for each short film has links to "scholarship" (articles) about the subject and links to advocacy groups (groups dedicated to doing something about the problem described in the film). No transcripts.