film, criminal justice system, documentary, filmmakers
Film . . . has been used effectively to shape public perceptions about the criminal justice system. . . . [and] the documentary form has power to convict or release a defendant, as well as to disclose the positive and negative aspects of the criminal justice system. . . . Three articles on this subject appear in this issue of the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND LAW JOURNAL OF RACE, RELIGION, GENDER AND CLASS and add to this body of scholarship. . . .Our goal was to foster a series of dialogues among and between a number of individuals: filmmakers....
8 University of Maryland Law Journal on Race, Religion, Gender & Class 1 (2008).
Film and Media Studies | Law and Society
Digital Commons Citation
Banks, Taunya Lovell, "What Documentary Films Teach Us About the Criminal Justice System - Introduction" (2008). Faculty Scholarship. 773.