- Directed by Brian Lindstrom
- Oregon, 1997, 11 mins.
Students on probation with the Multnomah County Department of Juvenile Justice, led by Northwest Film Center Filmmaker-in-residence Brian Lindstrom, explored the then newly enacted Measure 11, the State of Oregon’s law requiring mandatory sentencing for youth offenders. Featuring interviews with legislators, judges, victims, juvenile court officials and the young video makers themselves, the film offers an insightful view of the system by those who know it best. Produced in partnership with the Regional Arts & Culture Council’s Youth Arts Program, Oregon Arts Commission, and Multnomah County Community Justice.
Other Films by Brian Lindstrom
Lindstrom’s powerful documentary takes an unflinching look at the daunting difficulties in overcoming addictions and the dynamic within Portland’s Central City Concern’s recovery mentor program. With a 70% success rate, the program’s strength lies in its ability to promote a strong sense of community and connectedness with peers and mentors, all former addicts committed to …
The Family Preservation Project at Wilsonville’s Coffee Creek Correctional Facility works to keep imprisoned mothers in contact with their children, the common-sense theory being that the family that stays together stays out of jail together. Through emotional testimony from participants and intimate observation of the time they spend with their kids, Lindstrom makes a strong …