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Historic Rocky Mount Mills hosts “LEARNING MAN” screening fundraiser on Jan. 19th @ 7:30 pm

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I was privileged to read the script before it was shot and see the “rough cut” during the editing phase. And, trust me, writer Marilynn Barner Anselmi and director Evan Kidd are a HOT HOT HOT creative duo keep making hit after hit!!! Check out the [trailer]


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“Surviving as an Independent Film/Media Creative” hosted by NCWC

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Thank you North Carolina Wesleyan, especially Dr. Bill Grattan, for recently inviting me to present a lecture on “Surviving as an Independent Film/Media Creative.”  Your students and faculty were especially warm and hungry to learn.  Not to mention, we got some networking and fun in!

Win-Win-Win! ~ Ken


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Look out for the release of “Learning Man”

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Over the weekend, did a post-production consultation for the award-winning team of writer Marilynn Barner Anselmi and director Evan Kidd for their upcoming drama, Learning Man!  

Summary: The ghost of a former slave wanders an old North Carolina textile mill waiting on a promise. She believes a young construction worker is her long awaited teacher. Can he become the promised Learning Man? Click here / see trailer!

Pssst… See the entire film. You’ll be in for a massive heart-felt experience. ~ Ken Wyatt


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Exciting Times! May 12-14

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Come out to the Black International Cinema – Berlin Film Festival see Dir. Anna Jones’ Chairman Jones – An Improbable Leader as well as my workshop, “So, You Want to Make a Documentary.” ALSO, an amazing slate of films from across the African diaspora will screened in one of the most eclectic and welcoming cities on the planet, Berlin!

 

 


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Exciting Weekend Coming Up!

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This weekend two phenomenal films, YOU WOULD’NT EXPECT (writer/producer Marilynn Barner Anselmi and director Evan Kidd) and CHAIRMAN JONES—An Improbable Leader (producer/director Anna R. Jones), that I production consulted on are screening in the Longleaf Film Festival at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh. Click here for details.  It was an honor to be production consultant for both of these significant projects.

 


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Bis Freitag! (See you this Friday!)

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You Wouldn’t Expect will be screening this Friday as an official selection in the Black International Cinema Berlin Film Festival.  As the film’s production consultant and additional historian, it’s a great honor to represent acclaimed writer/producer Marylin Barner Anselmi, as well as, award-winning director Evan Kidd in Berlin.  For more info about the film and the festival click here.

C’mon out!  Hope to see you there!


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Invited Lecturer at UNC-P

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Dr. Jamie Martinez, UNC - Pembroke

Dr. Martinez on C-SPAN

On April 4th at UNC-Pembroke, I will screen excerpts of COLORED CONFEDERATES and discuss Civil War memory and commemoration, as well as, overly-romanticized memories of the war. In addition, I will discuss how ‘documentary-making’ mirrors writing a research paper. Should be fun! Hosted by Dr. Jaime Martinez  (who was also a research contributor on COLORED CONFEDERATES). Check out her latest book, Confederate Slave Dr. Martinez’s recent bookImpressment in the Upper South.

Confederate Slave Impressment in the Upper South


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Until We Meet Again Australia! XoXxoOoX

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COLORED CONFEDERATES was very well received by an appreciable audience. I am very grateful considering the America’s Civil War is a relatively unknown subject, at least in Australia. A special thanks goes out to The Victoria Independent Film Festival and Peter Angel.
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G’day Mates!

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The Australian Premiere of COLORED CONFEDERATES will take place this Sunday (3/24) at the Victoria Independent Film Festival. This will be the first time I’ve ever screened any of my work in “The Land Down Under”.


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