Canadian filmmaker Mia Donovan (Deprogrammed) tells an overlooked chapter of Black Panther history in TBFF’s Closing Night film. Dope Is Death recounts the development of an acupuncture detox clinic founded by Dr. Mutulu Shakur (Tupac’s stepfather) along with members of the Black Panthers and the Young Lords. The film examines the different forms that violence takes—be it a bullet or a lack of access to medical care—and shows how Black revolutionaries created their own system when mainstream programs fail to understand the unique needs of Black communities.