freshwater is a short film by dream hampton about her disappearing Black city, flooded basements, and the fluid nature of memory.
We Hold These Truths
The voices of iconic poets from the past echo through generations in our new #LAOperaOnNow Digital Short, “We Hold These Truths.”
Treasure; From Tragedy to Trans Justice
Produced by dream hampton, Treasure is a feature documentary about nineteen year old trans woman Shelly 'Treasure' Hilliard whose murder involved police coercion, Jim Crow drug laws, the criminalization of sex work and transphobia.
I Am Ali
A documentary film by dream hampton that covers the life of professional boxer Muhammad Ali.
QueenS - THEESatisfaction
The music video for "QueenS" by THEESatisfaction. 2012
A docuseries Executive Produced by dream hampton that exposes inequality in black communities across America.
It's a Hard Truth Aint It
A film Executive Produced by dream hampton that follows 13 men incarcerated at Pendleton Correctional Facility in Indiana who study filmmaking as a vehicle to allow them to explore their memories
Surviving R. Kelly
A Lifetime documentary Executive Produced by dream hampton detailing sexual abuse allegations against American singer Robert "R." Kelly
Black August Hip Hop
Project | Malcom X Grassroots Movement 2010
A 2010 feature length documentary directed by dream hampton for the NY chapter of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement.
The Mystery of Now | National Geographic Short Film Official Selection 2019
In the short film, "The Mystery of Now," artist and Apache Skateboards founder Douglas Miles shares socio-political context around the history that lead to life on the San Carlos Apache reservation, and the personal history of how and why he started a skateboard brand and team of local youth leaders.
The Truth About the Cash Bail Industry | Color of Change | Now This 2018
Honored to have partnered with John Legend’s FreeAmerica to expose this country’s corrupt for profit bail industry. Prosecutors build their careers by targeting Black and Brown people, selling off our freedom, and driving up mass incarceration. Enough is enough! If we want to drive mass incarceration and police violence down, we need to step up and make prosecutors answer to us.
We are JusticeLA | Reform L.A. County Jails
A short film that gives a look into JusticeLA, a grass roots organization that works to reduce the footprint of incarceration by stopping jail expansion and reclaiming, reimagining and reinvesting dollars away from incarceration and into community-based systems of care.
The War on Drugs is an Epic Fail | Drug Policy Alliance | New York Times 2016
This short film, narrated by Jay Z (Shawn Carter) and featuring the artwork of Molly Crabapple, is part history lesson about the war on drugs and part vision statement.
Prop 64 | NBA Veteran, Al Harrington
NBA veteran, Al Harrington on the fight to end the prohibition on marijuana.