Director: Larry FoleyRun
Bass Reeves was a brave African- American U.S. Deputy Marshal who rode for Judge Isaac Parker out of the federal court at Fort Smith, Arkansas, commissioned to hunt down and capture outlaws hiding in Indian Territory. Reeves worked for thirty-two years as a deputy-marshal; the only marshal to begin with Parker's court and last until Oklahoma statehood in 1907.
Director: Tarabu Betserai Kirkland
Mamie Lang Kirkland was seven years old when she fled Ellisville, Mississippi in 1915 with her mother and siblings as her father and his friend, John Hartfield, escaped an approaching lynch mob. John Hartfield returned to Mississippi in 1919 and was killed in one of the most horrific lynchings of the era. Mamie's son, Tarabu, had grown up hearing stories of John Hartfield but didn't know if his mother's stories were fact or folklore until one day in 2015.
Director: Tommy Tucker
This is the Story of how I went Viral trying to reach my son! Watch as we travel through a once in a lifetime series of events, that catch us completely off guard. We give an inside look at what it's like to be a father & son while the whole world is watching. You'll see our inner most feelings on display, as we adjust and persevere through life's hurdles. Stay tuned there's SOOO much more to come.
Director: Bayer Mack
An American Beauty Story chronicles the rise and decline of the black-owned ethnic beauty industry.
Director: Rachel Hardy
Black Unscripted is a documentary short film about blackness and racial identity.
Director: Khalid Ali
This documentary follows the working days of seven young men as they navigate the busy intersections of Baltimore in search of tips.
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