“Inspired by today’s news” is the opening title on the movie Intolerance No More a film by Sergio Guerrero Garzafox (A Day Without A Mexican). A timely story, involving police brutality and the social media chaos we live in. The film’s narrative takes place in real-time, after an African American woman has an altercation with a white police officer that shatters her life, and irrevocably changes her destiny forever.


The film premiered at the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles with a sold-out audience, won best film award at the WFF and best actress award at the PIFFLA.

After a successful completion of the festival circuit, this film will be available in early 2020 on digital formats around the world. More news will be forthcoming.



Our goal is to keep the conversation open about police brutality by bringing this timely story to the screen and to leave audiences with hope for the future.

With the support of human rights organizations, infuencers, friends and family the producers are launching a social media campaign aimed in support of initiatives such as AB392, the California Act to Save Lives, that will make clear that police officers should only use deadly force when necessary.

The Director's 


My mother once told me to be tolerant with people that may not agree with my ideas and actions. But today being tolerant alone is not enough, we need a diverse, inclusive and integrated community. E pluribus unum “Out of many, one”. This is the philosophy behind the film Intolerance No More. A multicultural project that highlights the racism, prejudice and social media turbulence we are living in. It’s up to us to make the change from tolerance to inclusion.