Say their names. Know their stories.

Un(re)solved tells the stories of civil rights era cold cases and families still searching for justice. Ado Ato Pictures collaborated with Frontline PBS on this multi-platform investigation consisting of a documentary, podcast, interactive web experience, and augmented reality installation. Ado Ato Pictures led the creative vision on the installation and web experience. Visit the Un(re)solved installation and use augmented reality to bring civil rights era murders, often racist killings, out of the shadows of the past. The installation premieres at The Battery as part of the Tribeca Film Festival on June 10th. Everyone is welcome and admission is free.


The interactive web experience will be available for at-home audiences. We invite you to enter this forest of quilted memories — a testimony to the lives of these individuals, and the multi-generational impact of their untimely, unjust loss. This experience will be free on the Tribeca Film Festival website and the PBS Frontline website on June 9th.