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Friday, August 20

10:45am EDT

Georgia Made Documentary: Trafficked / Clean Slate
Georgia Made

Director: Doug Stroup
Run Time: 10:17
Country of Origin: United States
Ratings: None
Synopsis: “My name is Anna Davis… and this is my story”. At the young age of 13, Anna Davis was enticed on social media by a trafficker using a fake profile. She was drawn into his web, kidnapped and trafficked. She lived a nightmare that she “could not wake up from” until she was rescued. She is now on the witness stand in a court of law, where she tells her story in hopes that there is enough evidence to convict her trafficker and sentence him to jail.

Director: Jared Callahan
Run Time: 95:00
Country of Origin: United States
Ratings: Language, Drug Use
Synopsis: Executive produced by Alex Lehmann (Paddleton, Blue Jay), CLEAN SLATE follows two friends in a drug recovery program in the American South struggling to come to terms with their addiction and mental illness by making a short film about the pain they’ve caused their families.

For more information, visit the CLEAN SLATE website.

Friday August 20, 2021 10:45am - 12:30pm EDT
Douglass Theatre 355 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Macon, GA 31201
Saturday, August 21

4:45pm EDT

Georgia Made Narrative Documentary: Saving Juliette
Director: Evey Wilson Wetherbee
Run Time: 40:00
Country of Origin: United States
Ratings: None

Synopsis: The high cancer rates became town folklore in Juliette, Ga. Neighbors saw homes demolished, wells filled with concrete, and padlocks with the power company logo on the property gates. The 40-minute investigative documentary Saving Juliette follows residents soon after they’ve learned that their drinking water is contaminated by a leaking coal ash pond at the local power plant - the largest coal-fired power plant in the US. The residents around the plant don’t have access to city or county water lines. They’ve relied on water from their wells for decades.

This film takes viewers into intimate moments in people's kitchens and heated community meetings in Churches, as residents share their own health issues and fears around the polluted water.
“Saving Juliette” is a story of what happens when people galvanize their community, question their political leanings, and work to hold their representatives accountable, all in an effort to answer a question asked in the film by Juliette resident Gloria Hammond: “Will it ever be good water again?”

Saturday August 21, 2021 4:45pm - 5:30pm EDT
Douglass Theatre 355 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Macon, GA 31201