Jacqueline Olive is a documentary filmmaker living in Florida. Her most recent project is the feature film, Always in Season, which aims to explore the history of violence and terrorism that Blacks faced through lynching, as well as ongoing efforts to reconcile and seek justice for the heinous race-based murders of Black people for over a century.
The film focuses on four communities affected by lynching, particularly relatives and descendants of both lynching victims and perpetrators. By doing so, the documentary hopes to show how each community is “grappling with how best to acknowledge the victims, repair the damage, and reconcile—all in the midst of pushback and heated national discourse about the value of black lives.”
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