“Fighting for Life in the Death Belt,” a movie that was scheduled to premiere in Atlanta on Friday night, is an inside look at the efforts of Stephen B. Bright and other lawyers at the Southern Center for Human Rights to save the lives of two clients on death row.

Bright ran the public interest law firm for 23 years until staff attorney Lisa L. Kung took over as director in January to free him up for full-time lawyering and part-time teaching.

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