When Harlem Saved A King
Co-produced with JIREH Productions, When Harlem Saved A King examines the events surrounding September 20, 1958, the day Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was stabbed by a black woman named Izola Curry.
"A remarkable... must-see, dramatic achievement adapted by writer and filmmaker, Oren Jacoby" (Chicago Tribune)"...Fiery intensity," (NY Times) and "...radiantly evocative..." (Washington Post). Check back here for new productions in 2013.
Coach Ed Temple, Wilma Rudolph, and the TSU women’s track team go for gold at the 1960 Olympics, fighting Jim Crow racism and the US Olympic committee. (with David Maraniss)
The bits and bytes that define our era. From talking drums to Twitter, stories of the code-breakers, of how we got here & where we're headed. Based on James Gleick’s bestseller.