From bank robbers to cops to victims to observers, Crime: The Animated Series, explores how crime affects us all.
Created by Alix Lambert and Sam Chou, CRIME:TAS is dark, compelling, heartbreaking, always intimate, and yes -- sometimes even funny. These five short films are very fascinating. It will make you think.
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Marcus McGhee, a school teacher in Hartford Connecticut, tells the story of when his car was stolen and the police did not help him. the animation is a combination of hand-drawn, pencil on paper, paint and digital paint and composite.
BET journalist, Samson Styles, talks about being a stick-up kid and what happened to him one Fourth of July. The animation medium was a combination of hand-drawn, pencil on paper, paint and digital paint and composite.
The speaker prefers that her name be with held. A forensic artist in Tennessee. The animation in this episode is a combination of hand-drawn, pencil on paper, paint and digital paint and composite
Writer and culture critic, Nelson George, talks about his childhood, the nature of crime, and the state of Hip Hop in the year 2008.
Owner and operator of Pelican Tattoo in Hartford, Connecticut, Joe Bascetta has spent many years observing the various crimes around him from his Park Street address.