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Have questions or looking for resources after watching our free screening of No Man’s Land? Here is a list of resources from and about the film:


Missed the film? No Man’s Land is now available to stream:


This screening has been rescheduled to June 23 and will take place online, live at 7pm. This film was scheduled from June 2
Link to Live Stream: bit.ly/UTFC_NoMansLand_Stream

Directed by David Byars
81 min | 2017 | USA | Not Rated

No Q&A following No Man’s Land, but tune in on Wednesday 6/24 for the director’s newest film Public Trust which will feature a Q&A with the director.

In January 2016, armed protestors in Oregon occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge to call attention to what they felt was an intrusion by the federal government into their right to make a living. In a larger sense, the “patriot community” introduced itself as disgruntled American citizens with grounds for airing their grievances against a federal government that didn’t have their best interests at heart. The federal government begged to differ.

David Byars’ No Man’s Land offers a detailed account of the impasse, displaying unprecedented access to the protagonists of this incident, and culminating in a thrilling climax that resulted in the arrest and acquittal of occupation leaders Ammon and Ryan Bundy, and left another man dead. The film presents an unbiased snapshot of a crisis that ultimately proved a foreshadowing of our current political climate, and what may turn out to be a blueprint of future domestic encounters between our government and civilians. (credit: Tribeca Film Festival)

Official Selection – 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

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Tuesday, June 23, 2020 @ 7:00 PM9:00 PM MDT