Excerpt from: I am a Innocent Man: The Ed Johnson Story
"God Bless You All, I Am A Innocent Man" are the words etched on Ed Johnson’s grave and the last he ever spoke from the county bridge in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1906. They echo the feelings of many black men buried in forgotten graves all over the South. But Ed Johnson’s death was different. His life and death changed the course of justice in America forever.
Southern Fried Homicide: The Tragic Story Of Marie And Frank Hilley
Against a backdrop of Southern hospitality, etiquette, and Christian values, evil creeps in like vines on a time-worn plantation. "Southern Fried Homicide" proves that ugliness lurks behind beauty when cracks in good ol' moral values give way to cold-blooded murder. Actress Shanna Forrestall, a native of Louisiana, serves as the gatekeeper to these salacious stories from south of the Mason-Dixon Line. —Investigation Discovery
We Shall Not Be Moved
"We Shall Not be Moved: The Nashville Sit-ins" is an award winning exhibit film produced for the Tennessee State Museum to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Nashville Sit-ins. Over a period of several months, college students from Fisk University and other schools staged a very well-organized, non-violent protest at downtown lunch counters. The Nashville sit-ins became the model used for sit-ins across the south.
Visionary Voices of the South
"Visual Voices of the South" is an exhibit film for the Tennessee State Museum. Using rare home videos, interviews with collectors and art historians, this Emmy nominated video pays tribute to the incredible talents some of the south's most well-known self-taught artist. Often hidden by poverty and isolation, the southern self-taught artist takes refuge in a world imagined, where the act of creating is enough.