Documentary Feature | 98 minutes

HIFF 2020

 World Cinema Documentary

Directed by
Kim A. Snyder

Produced by
Kim A. Snyder, Maria Cuomo Cole, Lori Cheatle

Emma Gonzalez, David Hogg, Jaclyn Corin, Sam Fuentes, Bria Smith, Alex King

2020 | English | USA

When a gunman entered the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine’s Day 2018, gruesome images of the deadliest high school shooting in US history quickly emerged. In the massacre’s aftermath, students unite in their frustration at the inaction of elected officials. Over the next month, their actions grow into the nationwide March For Our Lives movement, the largest youth protest in American history. Peabody Award-winning director Kim A. Snyder (NEWTOWN) follows the teenage activists as they fight for gun control and compel the political system into action. Insightful and rousing, US KIDS chronicles a new generation of youth leaders and their remarkable dedication to enact change.

US KIDS Available in the Virtual Cinema:
October 9 (10am ET) through midnight on October 16

You must finish watching by midnight on Friday.

Note: This film may be viewed from anywhere in the United States.

Sunday 10/11, 7pm | Outdoor Screening, Southampton Arts Center
At this screening, US KIDS will be preceded by:

(USA, 2020, 11 minutes, English)
Directed by Philippe Cheng
Produced by Kathy Engel, Bastienne Schmidt, Toni Ross, Philippe Cheng
A short film depicting 175 women from different villages of the East End of Long Island, from a variety of backgrounds, ages, and professions, creating an historical document about the importance of voting.