FRONTLINE Virtual Event: “Shots Fired”


(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) People gather at the site where Bernardo Palacio-Carbajal was killed by pollice, in Salt Lake City on Saturday, June 13, 2020.

October 18, 2021

Coming Soon


“Shots Fired”

FRONTLINE and The Salt Lake Tribune will host a conversation with the Emmy- and Peabody-nominated filmmaker Abby Ellis (Flint’s Deadly Water) to discuss her latest FRONTLINE documentary, Shots Fired. The documentary investigates the use of deadly force in Utah amid record police shootings in the state. Both the film and the virtual conversation will examine police training, tactics, accountability and racial disparities in the way force is used. 



– Abby Ellis: Director, “Shots Fired”

– Raney Aronson-Rath: Executive Producer, FRONTLINE (moderator)


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