DVD Den | Blood Done Signed My Name

29 07 2010

by Kam Williams

Riveting, Real-Life, Civil Rights-Era Drama Released on DVD
After serving his country in Vietnam, Henry Marrow (A.C. Sanford) returned to his hometown of Oxford, North Carolina only to be murdered in broad daylight for allegedly leering at a white woman. On May 11, 1970, the 23 year-old African-American veteran left behind a pregnant widow (Milauna Jemai) and two young daughters, while the perpetrators of the heinous crime were found not-guilty by an all-white jury, despite credible testimony of several eyewitnesses who identified the perpetrators as Ku Klux Klan sympathizer Robert Teel (Nick Searcy) and his son. Read the rest of this entry »





Reel Shorts | Blood Done Signed My Name

19 02 2010


Riveting Historical Drama Revisits Infamous Civil Rights Case
After serving his country in Vietnam, Henry Marrow (A.C. Sanford) returned to his hometown of Oxford, North Carolina only to be murdered in broad daylight for allegedly leering at a local white woman. Read the rest of this entry »





Conversations with . . . Nate Parker

19 02 2010


Nate Parker was born in Norfolk, Virginia on November 18, 1979 to a 17 year-old single-mom who never married his biological father. He and his younger sisters were raised mostly in Bath, Maine which is where his stepfather was stationed by the U.S. Air Force. Read the rest of this entry »








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