Depicts the Klan’s involvement in the murders of two black and white freedom fighters in Alabama along with the rise of David Duke, the Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan 1974-80. Directors: Eleanor Bingham Miller, Leslie Shatz
Acclaimed Rock & Roll photographer Paul Natkin talks about the photographs he’s taken of the Rolling Stones over the last 30 years..now showing at his photographic exhibit at Navy Pier in Chicago… in conjunction with “Exhibitionism Rolling Stones.” Produced by Jamie Ceaser.
Footage from a 1981 performance and interview with blues legend Muddy Waters (1913-1983). Produced by Mike Prussian and Tom Weinberg.
The late Bill Veeck was a Hall of Fame baseball owner, character and all around great guy. He was the colorful owner of the Chicago White Sox (twice), the Cleveland Indians where he nabbed a World Series ring, and the old St. Louis Browns. His Chicago baseball roots go back to the 1920s when he actually planted the vines
This startling expose unravels a history of abuse of suspects by the Chicago police. For more than a decade, the press and authorities turned a blind eye to allegations of torture — including the use of electric shocks — until persistent grass roots organizations exerted enough pressure to prompt an official investigation, and eventually the dismissal of a ranking
Episode 214 of the award winning series, The 90’s. Produced by Tom Weinberg and Joel Cohen.
Video produced by subMedia.tv. A look back at the January 6th debacle in DC, when Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol building
Tom Weinberg’s documentary about Joe Cummings, a legendary Chicago newsman and a genuine character on the air and in real life. He was a street-smart wisecracking reporter for WBBM radio who fearlessly chased the stories for more than 20 years.
The Past is a Foreign Country by Gabrielle Garcia Steib Memories that foam at the surface.
How Do I – You And The Moon by Jesper Jayaswal