Pacific Street Films is a documentary film production company founded in Brooklyn, New York in 1969 by anarchists Joel Sucher and Steven Fischler. They have produced more than 100 films. Pacific Street Films is most notable for its film Red Squad (1971), a documentary about the notorious New York City Police Department Red Squad in operations in the 1960s and 70s, and Frame-Up: The Imprisonment of Martin Sostre (1973), a documented account of the arrest of a radical African American bookstore owner Martin Sostre in Buffalo, New York.
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