Son of a GunFebruary 22, 2019
Nearly a decade after the Civil War, a doctor in Vicksburg submitted a story to a medical journal that has since become legend.
Tombstone RashomonApril 8, 2017
The Gunfight at the OK Corral only happened once, but has been tirelessly recreated in films, television shows and western towns ever since. No one has a monopoly on truth, and in Tombstone Rashomon, the truth is shared by six conflicting, yet historical perspectives. In doing so, the film’s narrative becomes prismatic and the result is perhaps the most comprehensive telling of the most important gunfight in American history. This is the Tombstone story told in the style of the Japanese classic Rashomon where we see history from several perspectives including that of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Kate, Ike Clanton, Colonel Hafford and Johnny Behan.
Counting BulletsMay 1, 2021
One of 12 westerns in 12 months, Counting Bullets tells the story of a small group of cavalry soldiers who are pinned down in a canyon by the enemy. Over the course of a few days, they are forced to face their differences and rely on each of their instincts to survive.
Durant's Never ClosesJanuary 22, 2016
The story of Jack Durant, notorious restaurateur and ladies man whose connections to the mafia remain a mystery. Direced by Travis Mills.
Blood CountryOctober 7, 2017
A true story of murder, injustice and disorder in Mississippi following the Civil War, based on the short story "The Outlaw, the Sheriff, and the Governor" by Robert E. Jones.
Texas RedFebruary 19, 2021
Part of the 12 Western feature films to be made in 12 months during 2020, this film tells the story of Texas Red, an African-American man who was hunted by hundreds through the Winter wilderness of Mississippi.
Cornbread Cosa NostraMay 18, 2018
A 1980s crime tale based on true events concerning the Dixie Mafia.