Directed by

Jim Hall

Country of Origin

United States





Systemic racism killed 12 people in Flint, Michigan after the deadly decision to switch the water supply to the river.
They did this to save money…
The incident bears testament to what can happen when evil figures lurking below the surface move in a direction of greed, fueled by the Almighty Dollar with little regard for human life.

Director Biography – Jim Hall

Jim Hall is a 2-time Peabody Award winner for his work in television as part of an investigative team.
He is the recipient of a National Commendation from the NAACP during a career that spanned 30 years.
Working as a cameraman at TV stations around the United States,
his camera lens has captured Lost Souls on their way out and Fallen Angels on their way back up.
His FilmPoems have screened at over 50 festivals internationally, including the ZEBRA in Berlin and the Video Poetry Festival in Athens.
Hall won the International Prize at the Art Visuals & Poetry Festival in Vienna in 2019 and was once again a Finalist last year.