9th CUFF.Docs Documentary Film Festival

November 24-28, 2021 Globe Cinema

19th Calgary Underground Film Festival

April 25 - May 1, 2022 Globe Cinema

When Claude Got Shot

United States, 2021 : Canadian Premiere
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This unscripted feature follows five years in the life of Claude Motley as he tries to recover mentally and physically from being shot in the face by carjacker Nathan King, a 15 year-old boy at the time.

Diverted from his legal career, Claude must persist through multiple surgeries, catastrophic health care bills and stress on his family while remaining engaged in the criminal justice journey determining his shooter's fate. Torn between punishment and the injustice of mass incarceration of young black men, Claude reflects on his own life and its similarity to Nathan's. As he struggles to heal, mentally and physically, he ultimately discovers that the path to recovery leads to forgiveness. Executive Produced by Snoop Dogg.

OFFICIAL SELECTION
SXSW 2021

DIRECTOR'S BIO
Brad Lichtenstein is the founder of 371 Productions and an award-winning filmmaker. He’s been nominated for two Emmys, and won two Duponts: one for the 2016 Al Jazeera America series HARD EARNED and another for his 2001 film GHOSTS OF ATTICA. His 2016 film THERE ARE JEWS HERE won a Telly award and was broadcast on PBS/World. Brad's radio work has been nominated for a Peabody, and he has also produced for Frontline and Bill Moyers.

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Created by DJ Cosm, host of Mental Illness, Sundays, 4-6PM

press for When Claude Got Shot

"The morally murky consequences of a shooting in Milwaukee are examined in this documentary about justice, urban inequality and mercy, executive produced by Snoop Dogg."
- The Hollywood Reporter
"Multidimensional storytelling amid facts, balancing events and personal lives without turning anyone into nameless statistics."
- Screenrant

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Documentary

English
96 minutes

credits

Director
Brad Lichtenstein

Executive Producers
Snoop Dogg
Ted Chung
Leslie Fields Cruz
Geralyn Dreyfous
Sally Jo Fifer
Lois Vossen

Producers
Brad Lichtenstein
Jamie Schutz
Steven Cantor

Cast
Claude Motley
Nathan King
Victoria Davison
Regina Ragland

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