The "Free To All" Film Project

Check out this cool film project Free To All:


Inside the Public Library is a multi-platform documentary project that brings together library stories from all across America. Whether historic or contemporary, humorous or heartbreaking, these individual dramas shed light on how public libraries have shaped our society. The project's centerpiece is a feature-length film chronicling a year inside San Francisco Public, a very unquiet library. Shorter films bring alive other extraordinary chapters of the public library story - from the puritans and robber barons who launched it, through the immigrants, suffragettes and civil rights activists who transformed it, to the millions of Americans whose lives are changed at the public library today.

Filming at the San Francisco Public Library in progress...(trailer)

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All sides

They are definitely showing all sides when they have a part about security having to deal with junkies shooting up in the bathrooms. And it is not just drug users but violent drug users. The security guard says that the junkie tried to stab him with a knife.

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