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Dichotomy Brewing: A Keith R. Booker Story

Synopsis: 
  • When a young man witnesses race riots during the longest lasting Martial Law in USA history, he turns to the NAACP to create lasting change in Delaware. His fight against racism led him to serve as President of the NAACP for 10 years and Civil Rights Leader for over 30 years.

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Runtime: 
19:58
English subtitle: 
No

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Cast & Credits (23)

 

Screenings / Awards: 

Capital City Black Film Festival

Directed by: 
Brandon Keith Wilson
Writing credits: 
Brandon Keith Wilson
Cast: 
Brandon Keith Wilson ... Poet in Credits Keith Booker ... Himself Umar Hassan ... Himself Charlynn Porter ... Singer in Credits (voice) Rashmi Rangan ... Herself James Sills ... Himself Jea Street ... Himself
Produced by: 
Yvonne Barnett ... executive producer Rhoneise Barnett-Smith ... executive producer Keith Booker ... executive producer Gregory Boston ... executive producer Cheryl Drew ... executive producer Nelson Drew ... executive producer Vernon Dupree ... executive producer Joy Harper ... executive producer Arthur Holmes ... executive producer Yvette Johnson ... executive producer Kyssandra Miller ... executive producer Katrina Ringgold ... executive producer William Ringgold ... executive producer Yolanda Ringgold ... executive producer Robin Scribber ... executive producer Brandon Keith Wilson ... producer Eunice Young-Booker ... executive producer
Music by: 
Brandon Keith Wilson ... Rapper/Poet in Credits Charlynn Porter ... Singer in Credits Sidney Ringgold ... Tech Adv
Cinematography by: 
Brandon Keith Wilson
Film Editing by: 
Brandon Keith Wilson
Casting by: 
Brandon Keith Wilson Keith R. Booker
Production Design by: 
Brandon Keith Wilson
Art Direction by: 
Brandon Keith Wilson
Set Decoration by: 
Brandon Keith Wilson
Costume Design by: 
Brandon Keith Wilson
Makeup Department: 
N/A
Production Management: 
Brandon Keith Wilson
Release Date: 
Friday, June 30, 2017
Official sites: 
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6088798/?ref_=nm_knf_t1
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