In 1827 the slave ship Guerrero struck tragedy when it sank off the coast of Florida during a high-speed chase through reef infested waters. Through rough weather, cannon fire and deception begins a three-year saga involving 561 captive Africans that includes five nations. Join us as modern-day expeditions race to locate the ship's remains and "The Guerrero Project" unfolds with intense emotion, gritty reality, high-seas adventure and persistent hope for an ultimate resolution to this lost piece of history.
 
 
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San diego Black Film Festival
Key West Indiefest
Breckenridge Festival of Film
Independent Black Film Festival
Santa Clarita Int’l Film Festival
2008
 
 
Winner
2005
 
2005
2005
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2005
Savannah Ocean Film Festival
Official Invitation
Headlining Feature
“This is truly a momentous exploration and educational endeavor”
-Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Harvard Professor
“The cultural and historical significance of this find is inestimable. The story of the Guerrero is one that needs to be told.”
-Kweisi Mfume, former PresidentCEO NAACP
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