Daryl B. Jones is a documentary filmmaker whose previous film work includes Tender, a short documentary about Black trans women in San Francisco. He also wrote “Know Your Ethical Guidelines for Documentary Filmmaking" and “Neither Diminished or Forgotten” for New Day Films. Daryl led their Equity and Representation team, where he managed initiatives supporting BIPOC and disabled co-op members. He also received a mini-grant from the Mississippi Humanities Council for his current film project about Clarksdale, MS.
Black and Latinx residents in California’s Central Valley unite against a worsening environmental crisis and systemic racism. Allensworth, once an all-Black settlement, becomes a battleground for justice as residents attempt to save “the town that refuses to die.”