The Lynching of Emmett Till

About the Movie
Dar He: The Lynching of Emmett Till
History, Black Lives Matter, Civil Rights Movement
Dar He: The Lynching of Emmett Till
United States
1 hour, 10 minutes
United States
Zoning Media, Wake Drama & Mike Wiley Productions

It is 1955. The body of 14-year old Emmett Till from Chicago is discovered in a Money, MS river. Two men are acquitted for the murder. LOOK magazine interviews the residents of Money to get at the root of what happened.

In an acting tour de force, one man performs 36 roles in the telling of the Emmett Till tragedy. Experience the story, trial, and unbelievable confessions of those accused of Emmett's murder in this riveting drama.

DarHe Awards
Actor, Playwright - Acclaimed actor and playwright Mike Wiley has spent the last decade fulfilling his mission to bring educational theatre to young audiences and communities across the country.
Director - Rob Underhill is a film and television director, producer, writer and editor. His films have been in competition at over 200 film festivals worldwide, including ST. LOUIS and SEATTLE, OAXACA (Mexico), SUNSCREEN and CANNES.Read More
Producer, Cinematographer - Aravind's interest in American history has led him to produce narratives on the American Civil War, African-American history, the Civil Rights Movement and neo-American culture.Read More
Experimental Film Fest, Tulsa OK
This Was My Son - Dar He inspired short film
35 Awards
7.4 IMDb
275 Festivals
16 Reviews
Indie Budget
Film Threat 4.5
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