The Documentary

Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story follows Raymond De Felitta and me as we travel to Greenwood, Mississippi to understand two men whose paths crossed in a brief monologue that would alter the course of history.

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“A powerful, personal portrait…” The Los AngelesTimes

“A fascinating, must see doc…” Variety

“A fine, emotional piece of work that demands to be seen.” Roger Ebert’s, The Demanders

“Piercing…” TheVillage Voice

“An intriguing family saga…” Bloomberg Business Week

“A penetrating, truly heartbreaking film…” IndieWire


“Booker’s Place is effortlessly moving, and endlessly powerful; an exemplary film.”  DVD Talk

“Heartbreaking and infuriating…” Snag Films

“A powerful testament…” Time Out New York

“Poetic…” Rueters

“A moving, beautifully crafted Civil Rights doc.” The Hollywood Reporter

"Empathetic craftsmanship... Watch this essential American story..." 

“A visually intoxicating documentary…” Slant Magazine