A new documentary from The End of The Line: A Documentary Films, The End Of The Line, is taking place in New York on November 9th, 2018.
It’s a film that explores the drug war, and the impact it has on our lives.
This is a very important documentary, as it’s the first time that a major US filmmaker has tackled the issue of drug use.
Director Matt Zoller Seitz, who has also worked on documentaries such as Drug War: The Untold Story, explains why he believes the film will be critical in bringing an end to the war on people.
“We want to bring a lot of light to this topic and to make people think about what’s happening in our society.
We want to have an impact on the way we think about drug use and the drugs that people are using, and then to try and change that.
It really is about how we view the world and how we treat each other and how that affects our relationships with each other.”
The film explores how drug policy has been used as a weapon to oppress the communities that make up the drug trade in America, and it explores the effects of a drug war on the health and well-being of communities of color.
The film also addresses how the war has been driven by fear, not by compassion.
“I was inspired by the idea that this was a war on white people and people of color, and I wanted to take that message into this film, to try to make a film to try that same message,” says Zoller.
“In order to do that, I wanted a very strong and powerful film, that was powerful, and that would be a message that was not easily swallowed.”
The End Of the Line is produced by The End Film Society, and was funded through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The End film Society is a nonprofit educational and outreach organization.
The filmmakers have also been supported by the American Civil Liberties Union.