2017, 81 minutes
In early 2016, a right-wing militia occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in rural Oregon. Bitter antagonism between the militia and the federal government boiled over into rebellion and bloodshed. With unique access, No Man's Land follows this 41-day insurrection, from inception to demise, and explores the elements that made it possible.
"Harrowing, illuminating [and] intensely visceral....A vivid depiction of events that have become emblematic of the current political divide." -- The Hollywood Reporter
Directed by David Byars
Executive produced by Morgan Spurlock and Warrior Poets
Premiered Tribeca Film Festival 2017