"The first shots of the Civil War were fired right here at Ft.
Sumter, and it's still not over."
"We're heading south - deep south. And with every passing mile the Split
Screen RV just keeps getting more and more comfy."
"How'd You Do That" returns. What if you've made a documentary, but no
one will show it? Yvonne Welbon celebrates the triumphant
self-distribution saga of the provocative "It's Elementary."
Charleston, SC, the only place to go
if you're making a Civil War picture
or slavery era epic. Local producer Peter Wentworth shares some
Phil Bertelsen visits with director
Carl Franklin. Carl's gone from
playing the "sidekick" to making his own movies exactly the way he
to from "One False Move" to his newest "One True Thing."
Ever wonder what's the deal with that
broken down vehicle on the side of
the road? West Virginian filmmaker Jacob Young shares a sample
ongoing project "American Breakdown."