Saint Louis native Damon Davis is an artistic force; creative expression just relentlessly flows from his person. Beyond running his own musical imprint Farfetched, (which is more of a movement), and various other degrees of artistry, Davis has recently Co-produced “Whose Streets?” an in-depth, on the scene, full length, documentary about the uprising in Ferguson, Missouri following the shooting of Michael Brown in 2014- and the energy that sparked a global movement.
In these crucial times, Davis has teamed up with L.A. Activist and Director Sabaah Folayan to bring this momentous vision to light. When asked “Why did you decide to make this film?” on the Sundance 2017 Red Carpet, his response is perfect.
Damon, Sabaah, and their team have worked diligently to document the truth and show it to the world- and that’s just what they’re doing. Fresh off of rave reviews at the Sundance 2017 Film Festival, you can catch ‘Whose Streets?’ at its Los Angeles premiere, the Pan African Film Festival, and the Big Sky Documentary Film Fest all in February. Just announced, Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American distribution rights to this all important film and plans a summer theatrical release to coincide with the anniversary of Brown’s death.