Projects

Square Books & Grisham

In 1979 Southern Man Richard Howorth and his wife Lisa opened the first Square Books. Back then, Oxford, Mississippi, had a population of less than ten-thousand. Now an Oxford institution, with three outlets on the square, Howorth shares with us his thinking back in the beginning. He also shares his modest part in kick-starting novelist John Grisham’s career. READ MORE

DUSTY DOZEN (2021)

From January to December 2020 Travis Mills—a Southern film director hopes to make twelve western feature films—one each month. READ MORE


Of All Levels of Experience (2020)

This workshop explores the history of the enslaved and Civil Rights at the University of Mississippi through Theatrical Movement and Dance. READ MORE


Door Ajar (2019) – Documentary

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From inside a broom closet through a cracked door, an African American janitor listens and learns art in segregated Mississippi. READ MORE


Rollick & Roll – Elvis is still alive and well in Tupelo (2020)

From Elvis’ best friend to the founder of his first fan club in Tupelo to his private nurse, this vignette is the genuine article. READ MORE


The Secret Comedy Club

This is a proof of concept for The Secret Comedy Club. The SCC is the brainchild of host and comic Connor King. READ MORE


The Yard (2018) – Documentary

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A history professor in Memphis Tennessee discovers that the parking lot of the church he attends used to be a slave yard belonging to a general in the Confederate army.  READ MORE


NMA Ocumentary (2019)

When a bartender introduces a film producer from New Zealand to a work colleague and his dysfunctional family it sets off a deadly sequence of events. READ MORE