A documentary looking to provide an unbiased, uncensored look at the month-long Canadian trucker protest will soon be released, and it might be something worth checking out. 

So far, two trailers have been released for the Trucking for Freedom documentary, one for each part of the two part documentary. The first part is intended to be released some time this month, and the second part is expected to be released this fall. 

The website, truckingforfreedom.com, describes the film’s mission like this:

The views, information, opinions, and/or activities expressed within produced videos are solely those of the individuals appearing in the video and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views of Trucking For Freedoms’ directors, videographers, producers, and editors. This content is strictly journalism, and all content filmed is for the purpose of historical documentation. Trucking For Freedom’s content is not meant to promote one side of an idea over another. Filmed content is objectively documenting individuals in their natural setting. No footage has been altered to enforce any particular narrative. Trucking For Freedom seeks to document this movement and is not responsible for the accuracy of individuals who have been filmed. Trucking For Freedom assumes no liability for any views, information, opinions, and/or activities contained within content we have produced as documentarians.

Chronicle Bro’s Inc. is producing the Trucking for Freedom Film and is not officially associated with any entities or organizations involved in the Freedom Convoy. Any proximity to organizers or associations is purely for the purpose of documenting and journalism.

Check out each of the trailers, below. 

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