On Black Friday in 2012, two cars parked next to each other at a Florida gas station. A white middle-aged male and a black teenager exchanged angry words over the volume of the music in the boy’s car. A gun entered the exchange, and one of them was left dead. Michael Dunn fired 10 bullets at a car full of unarmed teenagers and then fled. Three of those bullets hit 17-year-old Jordan Davis, who died at the scene. Arrested the next day, Dunn claimed he shot in self-defense. Thus began the long journey of unraveling the truth.
Marc Silver works worldwide as a filmmaker, director of photography and social impact strategist. He has created content for the BBC, Channel 4, Universal Music, the Guardian, the New York Times, Amnesty International and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Marc is currently working on a new film about ayahuasca, neuroscience and global drug policy. He is creative director of the Filmmaker Fund.
Global Protest (2000), The Leech and the Earthworm (2003), Los Invisibles (2010), Who is Dayani Cristal? (2013), When Loud Music Turned Dreadly (2014)