Sunday, July 31, 2022

Pixies Backup Singer Wants To Make Ableist Rock'n'Roll Flick

There are a few days left, and about a third of the way to go, for U.K. indie drama Tallywacker's fundraising campaign.

Saturday, May 7, 2022

Chicago Professor Weaves Tale Of Two Morocco's

In several ways, the half-hour documentary Morocco, Morocco feels like it was meant to be.

Saturday, February 19, 2022

A Horror-Comedy Sparked By Trauma

When Jack Be Nimble screens February 20th in York, Pennsylvania, it will mark the end of a very unusual road for writer-director Steve Woollett.

Saturday, December 4, 2021

Short Film Revisits 1931 Maryland Lynching

Premiering virtually today, December 4th, exactly 90 years after a white mob dragged 23-year-old Black man Matthew Williams from a hospital bed and hung him in front of the courthouse in downtown Salisbury, Maryland, the short film Hidden In Full View is part of a one-two punch from Dr. Charles Chavis, an assistant professor at George Mason University.

Sunday, November 7, 2021

A Locally-Made Short About Hawaii's Infamous Massie Trials

Decades before the "Central Park 5," there were the Massie trials in Hawaii in the early 1930s. Five young local boys were falsely accused of raping a white woman, Thalia Massie, who was married to a Navy officer. Although they were found innocent, that verdict did not end their troubles.