Set in an imaginary South where the Underground Railroad sends real trains through tunnels, this is the story of Cora who boards it in Georgia in her quest for freedom.
Interview with Andrew Heckler, Writer/Director of BURDEN The following was conducted via telephone on February 21, 2020. I had seen the director’s social justice film Burden (now being released in stages across the USA) and thus was eager to talk about it during the all-too-brief 15 allotted minutes. My film review is already up on …
A terrific film based on a true story of overcoming racism in a small town. Click the title to read Ed’s full review.
In 1961 a hotshot Marine pilot, frustrated by peace time, treats his children like soldiers, has issues with his teenaged son, but luckily has a loyal wife who holds the family together by love and understanding.
An unscrupulous South Carolina Congressman schemes his way to the top of the Washington power structure, lying, using people, even stooping to murder.