Watch From Home

Please enjoy free access to these new releases and classic titles from the DER collection.
DER Watch from Home 2020
DER Presents: Watch From Home – Summer 2020

As we continue to examine and grapple with how systemic racism impacts every sphere of American life including education, healthcare, housing, popular culture, and the criminal justice system, DER is proud to share a selection of relevant films from our collection. We hope these films will encourage and enrich the important conversations taking place around these issues, and serve as a tool for effecting positive change in our communities.

All titles are available to stream for free until October 1st, 2020.

John Marshall
b&w, 65 min, 1970

Watch from Home – Bastards of Utopia
Maple Razsa, Pacho Velez
color, 55 min, 2010

Watch from Home – Brownsville Black and White
Richard Broadman, Laurann Black
color, 83 min, 2002

Watch from Home – The Collective
Richard Broadman
b&w, 60 min, 1985

Watch from Home – A Kalahari Family, Part 5: Death By Myth
John Marshall
color, 90 min, 2002

Watch from Home – Death Row
Bruce Jackson, Diane Christian
color, 59 min, 1979

Watch from Home – Evolution of Violence
Fritz Ofner
color, 77 min, 2011

Watch from Home – Fambul Tok
Sara Terry/Catalyst for Peace
color, 82 min, 2012

Watch from Home – Freedom Never Dies
Sandra Dickson, Churchill Roberts
color, 86 min, 2000

Watch from Home – Inside the Khmer Rouge
David A. Feingold, Shari Robertson
color, 45 min, 1990

Watch from Home – Inside/Outside Station 9
John Marshall
b&w, 90 min, 1970

Watch from Home – Little Injustices
Terry Kay Rockefeller, Michael Ambrosino
color, 59 min, 1981

Watch from Home – Living At Risk
Alfred Guzzetti, Susan Meiselas, Richard P. Rogers
color, 59 min, 1985

Watch from Home – Race or Reason
Betty Puleston, Lynne Jackson
Produced by George C. Stoney
color, 59 min, 2003

Watch from Home – The Redfern Story
Darlene Johnson
color, 60 min, 2014

Watch from Home – A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake
Michael Lessac
color, 101 min, 2014