4 Nights 4 Justice

Independent documentaries shining a light on vital issues -- presented by the filmmakers.

For the sixth year, the Tropic Cinema is proud to present 4 Nights 4 Justice.

4 Nights 4 Justice is an annual series of documentary films funded by the Michael Dively Social Justice and Diversity Endowment at the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys, covering a broad range of social justice issues. This year’s slate of films looks at a wide array of timely topics: the legacy of Ferguson, Missouri; the lifelong consequences of sexual abuse; the complex story of abortion in the Bible Belt; and the inspiring women fighting HIV and AIDS around the world.

April 23: Whose Streets?

April 30: Untouchable

May 7: Jackson

May 14: Nothing Without Us: The Women Who Will End AIDS

A champagne reception with filmmakers will commence at 6pm each night. Screenings will begin promptly at 6:30pm, with filmmaker-audience dialog following each showing.

Admission: $18 / Members $15
Or 4 films for $40 (4-film passes available only in person at the Tropic Box Office)

Links listed below take you directly to the specific films’ websites, giving you insight about the inspiration guiding the crew on these films.





4 Nights 4 Justice is funded, in part, by Holly S. Merrill, W. Ann Reynolds and The Kirby Family Foundation.