Dogmatic, cheaply produced, and poorly acted, 1965’s Murder in Mississippi appears to be an attempt to rush out a pro-Civil Rights film at the height
Six months since the inception of this new project level:deepsouth— for Generation X, stories from our generation have been steadily rolling in. After the call
Though many Americans encounter images and stories from modern Southern life through mainstream national news outlets, documentaries offer fuller and nuanced portraits and discussions of
In 1971, when The Beguiled was released to American movie audiences, it would have been easy to buy into the notion that Southerners were crazy.
By the end of 2019, I could tell that it was time to re-arrange the mental furniture and start something new. The problem at the
Released in 1958, during the early years of the Civil Rights movement, The Defiant Ones was a daring foray into the nuances of race relations