Crimes of the Art is happy to announce the completion of “Silent Sentinel,” a short film about the night in 1917 when women’s suffrage activist Doris Stevens crept by night through a graveyard to consult with Alice Paul, who was being held in the DC Jail for the crime of demanding the women be given the vote.
Visit here for details on where you can see “Silent Sentinel.”
Crimes of the Art is a film production company that makes short films and works hard to get better at doing so. Formed in 2013, we have made three films under our own name.
There’s a lot of overlap between Crimes of the Art and two other local filmmaking groups: Discordian Films and the Documaniacs. So much overlap, in fact, that the films of all three appear on this site.
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