The Way I See It goes behind the scenes through White House photographer Pete Souza’s eyes during the Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama administrations. How many people can say they worked at the White House for both Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. Not many, I would assume. However, Pete Souza could very well be the only one. Souza comments in the film that if you thought he would work for both the most iconic…"Toronto 2020: The Way I See It"
John Lewis: Good Trouble profiles the life and career of the longtime congressman and civil rights activist from Georgia. Lewis is no stranger to when it comes to being an activist for civil rights. What we’ve been seeing on the streets over the past month is no different than what took place in the 1960s. Lewis worked alongside the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He was there on the bridge on Bloody Sunday and…"John Lewis: Good Trouble Profiles Congressman"
Bobby Kennedy for President is a stark reminder of what the world lost when Senator Robert Kennedy was killed in June 1968. The documentary comes on the heels of the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s presidential run. It was a presidential campaign that, while shy of 90 days, would change a nation for better or worse. With the ongoing Vietnam War, there was a lot of conflict within the Democratic Party. RFK was running a campaign…"Tribeca 2018: Bobby Kennedy for President"