OJ: Made In America with Oscar-Winning Director Ezra Edelman

The Carsey-Wolf Center is committed to screening documentaries from across the world that engage with contemporary and historical issues, especially regarding social justice and environmental concerns. Documentaries allow filmmakers to address pressing issues and frame the critical debates of our time. Our documentary events promote vital dialogue by allowing audiences to engage with films and filmmakers in a post-screening discussion. Past events have included Latino: The Changing Face of America with director Roxanne Frias, Racing Extinction with director Louie Psihoyos, co-producer Gina Papabeis, OPS (Oceanic Preservation Society) Veterinarian Heather Rally, and Technical Systems Operator Tom Sep., and Free Angela & All Political Prisoners with Dr. Angela Davis and Producer Sidra Smith.


Nostalgia For The Future


Free CeCe                                     Still Black: A Portrait of Black Transmen   Water & Power                         National Bird


Cities of Sleep                                   Thank You For Playing                    Raising Zoey                                     In Utero


 O.J.: Made In America                      Latino: Changing Face of America     La Revoluci√≥n de los Alcatraces   Starving the Beast


 Code: Debugging Gender Gap         Can Alzheimers be Stopped?          Cairo Drive                                       Evaporating Borders


 The Look of Silence                           Marwencol                                             Hip-Hop                                             Occupy the Farm


 Racing Extinction                               Out of Print                                       Brave Miss World                               Sonic Sea


 American Winter                                 Free Angela                                       The Last Ocean                                  Angels in Exile