On Friday, February 16, 2018 Kristi will be in Vancouver as a panelist for the KDocs 2018 Festival! Come kick off the second day of the stacked lineup with keynote speaker, Caily DiPuma, before the screening of SOLITARY begins at 12. Kristi will participate in the panel discussion following the screening.
PURCHASE TICKETS for KDocs 2018 HERE!
Kristi Jacobson’s latest directorial effort premieres on Netflix, January 26, 2018!
Kristi directed an episode of the Netflix Original series DIRTY MONEY, a thrilling investigative series that provides an up-close and personal view into untold stories of scandal and corruption in the world of business. Jacobson directed “Cartel Bank” which tells the riveting story of how HSBC, one of the world’s largest banks, laundered hundreds of millions of dollars for Mexican drug cartels for decades. The film features Senator Elizabeth Warren, awe-inspiring journalists, prosecutors and a former HSBC employee-turned whistleblower fighting to bring HSBC to justice for laundering money for one of the most notorious criminal organizations in the world.
WATCH CARTEL BANK, and the entire DIRTY MONEY series ON NETFLIX NOW.
WATCH TRAILER HERE.
“The penetrating “Solitary” is a sobering account of life (without parole) inside the Red Onion”
“Refusing to shy away from harsh truths...SOLITARY offers a complicated portrait of 21st-century crime and punishment.”
“An act of wide-ranging compassion.”
“Intelligent, thoughtful, and tough documentary filmmaking.”
For more SOLITARY press click here!
“As important and eye-opening a documentary as you’ll see this year.”
— NY Daily News
“A Place At the Table … is not only one of the most gripping non-fiction films to debut in some time, it’s also one of the most important.”
“An incredibly important film. I want this seen in the broadest way possible.”
— Jon Stewart, The Daily Show
“In many ways, Colonial House is THE BEST REALITY SERIES YET IN THE PBS-LINE. The program, filmed last year on the Maine coast, looks gorgeous and should boost tourism. The narration supplies fascinating nuggets about the past as a counterpoint to what’s unfolding on the screen.”
“PAINSTAKINGLY RESEARCHED, BEAUTIFULLY PHOTOGRAPHED, and it effectively debunks myths about the colonists as a bunch of dour, buckle-shoed squares.”