Dir. Nicola Harman
Writ. Nicola Harman
The story of the annual Bonnie & Clyde festival in Gibsland, Louisiana - a town where two thirds of the population are black, unemployed, and live under the poverty line; but where hundreds flock every year from all around the country with the sole purpose of celebrating the famous local gangsters. The three-day event reveals the flip side of the American myth, and turns up a few surprising insights into the violent history of the most powerful country in the world.
Recipient - FourDocs completion grant
Official Selection - Brighton Film Festival