"THEY'RE ALL EXTREMELY RELEVANT": MICHAEL ROGOSIN REVISITS FATHER'S LEGACY WITH CAMPAIGN, NEW DOCUMENTARY
"It's pretty crazy doing a film on something like that, and having it be such an explosive thing 50 years later." Michael Rogosin talks about his efforts to complete Working Together, a documentary that revisits his late father's last feature-length film, "Woodcutters Of The Deep South," and the issues that it raises about labor unrest, poverty and racism.
"HE WASN'T ACCEPTING THE STATUS QUO": REVISITING LIONEL ROGOSIN'S LEGACY WITH MICHAEL ROGOSIN (PT. II, 5/22/13)
"Why do people make films? They want to have a nice career – but that wasn't his motivation at all...he was completely obsessed with that, with social justice." Michael Rogosin continues discussing his late father's legacy, and why it still matters today, in part two of this interview with Chairman Ralph.
"A MISSION TO GET THESE FILMS SEEN" : REVISITING LIONEL ROGOSIN'S LEGACY WITH MICHAEL ROGOSIN (PT. I, 5/22/13)
"My father wrote a lot about that...There's other filmmakers of his generation – that considered themselves, not 'blacklisted' – [but] 'greylisted'...Michael Rogosin discusses the efforts to bring the groundbreaking films of his late father, Lionel Rogosin, to a wider audience in part one of this interview with Chairman Ralph.
PUNKY REGGAE BHANGRA PARTY: THE MAKING OF "MADE IN BIRMINGHAM" (1/11/11)
"Obviously, with the punks, you have the whole DIY ethos mixed in...unlike today, where you've got 'The X Factor,' where lots of things are given to you." Director-producer Deborah Aston discusses her vision in making "Made In Birmingham: Reggae Punk Bhangra."