"POWERFUL," by KaLa, from the film, "AL: MY BROTHER," NOW ON DVD!

A beautiful song about the Movement, then and now, and a tribute to those who have given their lives for freedom, justice and equality.

A JUSTICE WARRIOR'S OVER 50 YEAR FIGHT AGAINST RACISM

AL McSurely turned 82 in July, 2018, but by that time, he'd already lived three lifetimes. in the 1960s he started out as an anti-racism social activist who worked with Dr. King, Floyd McKissick and Stokely Carmichael; has his home raided by authorities, jailed, and then charged with contempt of Congress. And that's just the first lifetime.


Welcome  to the website for "AL: MY BROTHER," where you can find out more about the  film, get the latest screening dates; read reviews;  see or hear recent interviews; and watch EXCLUSIVE features from the film. Thus far, "AL: MY BROTHER" has been entered in three film festivals in 2019, including Full Frame  in Durham - plus the Charlotte Black Film Festival and the National Black Film Festival in Houston, Texas. We'll keep you updated on which ones we're  accepted for, and when  those screenings are.

If you'd like to purchase the EXCLUSIVE DVD via SECURE PAYPAL, it's just $14.99 w/ FREE-FREE SHIPPING.  Just click any of the  YELLOW "BUY NOW" PAYPAL buttons on this site, then click PAY DEBIT OR CREDIT at the bottom of the next page, and complete your SECURE transaction. It's EASY!!!

NEXT SCREENING DATES FOR 2019  -
         Sunday, January 20th, 2 p.m. - Town of Cary  "MLK Dreamfest" (FREE)
         Thursday, March 7, 7 p.m. - Carolina Civic Center, Lumberton ($5.00 per ticket)

 PLUS, we're working on additional screenings in Raleigh, Chapel Hill and Fayetteville for 2019. Let us know if you or your group would like a screening!
Just go to my Facebook page and inbox me there. Or email me at cashmichaels1@gmail.com. Would love to hear from you!

And here's our most recent radio interview, from Dec. 6, 2018 on WUNC-FM'S "THE STATE OF THINGS WITH FRANK STASIO"  
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nd an impromptu Youtube interview with W. Calvin Anderson after a screening at the 75th NC NAACP Convention in Raleigh on Dec. 7, 2018 in Raleigh.
























Photos from premiere night by Kevin A. Smith

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