The Wall

Join us for the documentary film screening & discussion about the stories of the 2018 Minneapolis homeless camp.


In case you missed the premiere back in May, "The Wall" is back and this time with a special guest.

"The Wall" looks back at the saga of the Native American homeless camp in Minneapolis the last half of 2018. The film documents the camp and captures the stories of the residents, following one couple from August to December, who open up about the trials of their addiction, their relationship, and their hopes to get their kids back.

After the screening, advocate-volunteer at The Wall, James Cross, and "The Wall" filmmaker Brandon Ferdig will share about their experiences and insights on the issues associated with this community.

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Tickets are offered as "Pay What You Want" with 100% of the proceeds going to help those battling homelessness and efforts to build awareness of the issue.

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Itinerary & Details will host the evening of documentary and discussion. director David Plutado Fugate will welcome everyone at 7:00 before we begin the film (snacks and beverages available to purchase).

Afterward, David will welcome "The Wall" creator Brandon Ferdig and special guest James Allen Cross to the stage. James is the director of Natives Against Heroin, the nonprofit featured prominently in this film for their role managing the homeless camp.

David will interview James and Brandon about their experiences at The Wall and their insights on the issues associated with this community. The audience will also have opportunity to ask James and Brandon questions.

Donations from the event will support efforts to help those experiencing homelessness. Cash, check, debit, and credit cards accepted.

For questions and concerns, email Brandon at

About James Cross


James Cross is the founder of the Minneapolis chapter of Natives Against Heroin, a national organization advocating for the health and well-being of Native American communities. At this event, James will speak about his advocacy and involvement at The Wall.

Learn About The Periphary

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Brandon Ferdig, the documentary filmmaker behind the film and the production company The Periphery, will be joining us to discuss the making of the film and his thoughts on the issues surrounding homelessness.

Learn more about The Periphery by visiting