I had the privilege to be asked to contribute to an event at this year's Free State Festival, "An Evening of Oscars" - honoring pioneering Black filmmaker Oscar Micheaux and recent Oscar🅡 winning filmmaker Kevin Willmott (he is one of the people featured in a new documentary about Micheaux, OSCAR MICHEAUX: THE SUPERHERO OF BLACK FILMMAKING). Part of that involved making a clip presentation of Kevin's film work to be shown amidst testimonials from his friends & collaborators. It was a lot of fun to do and they were received well, from what I could tell from the audience response.
So, I'm sharing them - or, more accurately, I'm sharing mostly the early versions of them; the final versions were mainly around 2 minutes (give or take) and I'm happy with them, but since I can be indulgent and self-serving in this forum, you get the benefits - You Lucky People!
Check them out via this YouTube playlist - and if you enjoy them, the full-length feature films are even BETTER - and worth searching for.
And if you can attend (with masking, of course - even though We Won Covid - Again🅡, it's still an Active Pandemic, kids), you might like some of what's coming up this weekend at FSF.