Films

IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU

Two Short Films by Virgin Unite
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Martin Schoeller
 

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PORTRAITS
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...that we send the innocent to die

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The Gathering

A Film by Micki Dickoff

This award winning documentary short filmed at our annual gathering of death row exonerees is a window into the heartbreaks and horrors we survived, the healing power of community, and our passion for abolition.

What is Witness to Innocence?

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Hosted by Herman Lindsey, the 23rd person exonerated from Florida's death row.

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Prosecutor's Partners - Witness to Innocence: Death Row Survivors

This episode of Prosecutor's Partners features King County (Washington) DA Dan Satterberg interviewing Ray Krone and Randy Steidl following the Accuracy & Justice workshop with his office.

Virtual Accuracy & Justice Workshop

This open audience preview of our Accuracy & Justice workshops features Kirk Bloodsworth, Kwame Ajamu, and Sabrina Butler-Smith sharing their experiences of wrongful conviction. 

Reaching
Prosecutors

The Accuracy & Justice project brings together exonerated death row survivors and criminal justice practitioners, in facilitated workshops to address and prevent the causes of wrongful convictions.

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Bloodsworth: An Innocent Man is a George Bayne documentary depicting "the remarkable true story of the 1st death row inmate exonerated by DNA in the U.S.," Witness to Innocence Executive Director Kirk Bloodsworth. 

A Documentary by Luis Rosario Albert, initially released as part of the HBO-sponsored 10th Annual New York International Latino Film Festival.

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A documentary by Alvaro Corcuera and Guillermo Abril featuring death row exonerees Albert Burrell, Shujaa Graham, Ron Keine, and Greg Wilhoit.

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Dead Man Walking depicts the relationship between Witness to Innocence co-founder Sister Helen Prejean and Matthew Poncelet, a man sentenced to death. Through the portrayal of their interactions as the days, hours, and minutes tick down to the condemned man's execution, powerful emotions are unleashed.