Harriet Tubman: Visions of Freedom is a rich and nuanced portrait of the woman known as a conductor of the Underground Railroad, who repeatedly risked her life and freedom to liberate others from slavery. Born in Dorchester County, Maryland, 200 years ago - 2022 marks her bicentennial - Tubman escaped north to Philadelphia in 1849, covering more than 100 miles alone. Once there, she became involved in the abolitionist movement and, through the Underground Railroad, guided an estimated 70 enslaved people to freedom. She also served as a Civil War scout, nurse and spy, never wavering in her pursuit of equality. The film goes beyond the standard narrative to explore what motivated Tubman, including divine inspiration, to become one of the greatest freedom fighters in our nation's history. Directed by Stanley Nelson and Nicole London, narrated by Alfre Woodard and features actor Wendell Pierce as the voice of Frederick Douglass.