Kettle

Kettle revisits the intersection where hundreds of people were held for hours — without charge, surrounded by police in riot gear — during the G20 Summit in Toronto.
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Kettle

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Kettle revisits the intersection where hundreds of people were held for hours — without cha rge, surrounded by police in riot gear — during the G20 Summit in Toronto.

RUNTIME: 15:13

More than 1,000 people were arrested during the G20 Summit in Toronto in 2010. It was the largest mass arrest in Canadian history.

Kettle revisits one downtown intersection where hundreds of people were held for hours without charge, surrounded by police in riot gear. Using footage, police radio, bodycam recordings and personal recollections, the film asks larger questions about civil liberties, the abuse of power and controversial police action.

Kettle is a short film that explores our personal notions of freedom, and how easily those freedoms can be taken away.

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Kettle

Short Docs