A documentary film that investigates police brutality and accountability in Calgary, Canada

In the midst of a global uprising against police violence and systemic racism, No Visible Trauma is a searing investigation of the deeply troubled Calgary Police Service, which shot and killed more people than the New York or Chicago police departments in 2018. From the kidnapping and beating of a young African immigrant, to the fatal shooting of an unarmed man during a “wellness check”, the film exposes extreme police brutality and a justice system that refuses to hold officers accountable.

“A stark reminder that unjust policing and a lack of accountability are by no means uniquely American problems”

Alex Hudson, Exclaim!

“A must-see, a searing and deeply disturbing chronicle”

John Doyle, The Globe and Mail

“Shatters the naïve belief that Canada is innocent”

Pat Mullen, POV Magazine

No Visible Trauma can be a vital catalyst for conversations about police violence, accountability, and systemic racism in law enforcement.