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Author: Mike WileyRob UnderhillAravind RagupathiZoning Media.Wake Drama.All authors
Publisher: [North Carolina] : One Noble Journey , [2013] ©2013
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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In 1956, William Bradford Huie was a journalist for Look magazine. The previous year, Emmett Till a 14-year-old from Chicago went missing from a relative's home while visiting Money, Mississippi. His mutilated body was later found floating in a local river. Roy Bryant, Jr. and J.W. Milam were acquitted of the boy's murder. Bryant and Milam had not uttered a word outside the courtroom about the incident or trial  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Short films
Drama
Trials, litigation, etc. Drama
Named Person: William Bradford Huie; J W Milam; Emmett Till
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Mike Wiley; Rob Underhill; Aravind Ragupathi; Zoning Media.; Wake Drama.; One Noble Journey (Firm)
OCLC Number: 869896282
Language Note: In English, or English with optional French subtitles.
Notes: Based on the stage play "Dar he : the story of Emmett Till" by Mike Wiley.
Originally produced in 2010.
Extras include: Q&A at Chatham Arts Sustainable Cinema; Q&A at Dar He world premiere at 20th PAFF.
Credits: Cinematography, Aravind Ragupathi ; editor, Larry Gardner.
Cast: Mike Wiley (all roles).
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 13 min.) : sound, color, with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-R.
Responsibility: a Wake Drama and Zoning Media production ; director, writer & producer, Rob Underhill ; producer, Aravind Ragupathi ; screenplay, Rob Underhill, Mike Wiley ; author of adapted material, Mike Wiley.

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In 1956, William Bradford Huie was a journalist for Look magazine. The previous year, Emmett Till a 14-year-old from Chicago went missing from a relative's home while visiting Money, Mississippi. His mutilated body was later found floating in a local river. Roy Bryant, Jr. and J.W. Milam were acquitted of the boy's murder. Bryant and Milam had not uttered a word outside the courtroom about the incident or trial until Huie sat down to interview them. What followed was a remarkable confession that cemented Emmett Till's story as the flashpoint that inspired a generation of young people to commit social change, giving rise to the civil rights movement.

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