A short documentary about The San Francisco Examiner's Law and Disorder page has recently wrapped up filming.
The project features the first look inside The Examiner's newsroom and shows crime journalists Mike Aldax and Rob Nagle working hard to produce high-quality, hyperlocal coverage.
The film dives deep into the writers' rich vocabulary of transgression and uncovers why Law and Disorder calls a thug a thug.
Although filming is complete, we need your help with post-production expenses.
Since this is a totally independent project, we're asking for your support to make the film happen. Please join our nonprofit production company in completing the project.
For the trailer and more information on how you can help, go here.