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Category Archive: Documentary, Entertainment, Film

Marque and Me!

The “Dear White People” Interview with Kam Williams Marque Richardson is a high energy, multi-faceted actor, writer and producer. He can currently be seen in the critically-acclaimed DEAR WHITE...

Social Satire Takes Sophisticated Look at Race Relations in the Ivy League

Dear White People Film Review by Kam Williams The academics are tough enough at Winchester University, a mythical Ivy League institution. It’s too bad that black students there also have to worry...

Iconic Baby Boomers Serve as Subjects of Generational Retrospective

American Masters: The Boomer List PBS-TV Review by Kam Williams The United States witnessed a population explosion in the wake of World War II which came to be called the Baby Boom. Stretching from...

Eye-Opening Expose’ Explores America’s Addiction to Oil

Pump Film Review by Kam Williams Why is the price of gasoline in the Untied States so artificially high? Much of the explanation lies in a corporate conspiracy to deny us access to alternative fuel...

Ken Burns Biopic Paints Revealing Portrait of Influential American Political Dynasty

The Roosevelts: An Intimate History Film Review by Kam Williams Between Theodore (1901-1909) and Franklin (1933-1945), a Roosevelt was in the White House for 20 years of the 20th Century. It is not...

‘Tweener Documentary Takes Look at Life from That Awkward Age

I Am Eleven Film Review by Kam Williams 11 is that awkward age when most boys are bashful and self-conscious about their cracking voices while the girls are gangly and getting their first period. If...

Rust Belt “New Normal” Chronicled in Diminished Dreams Documentary

Rich Hill Film Review by Kam Williams Rich Hill, Missouri is a ghost town on hard times. Located about seventy miles south of Kansas City, the population of this once-thriving mining metropolis has...