‘Remembering Anarcha’ now available on VOD!

As of today, Remembering Anarcha is now available for rent and purchase on VOD platforms in the U.S. and Canada. This includes cable and satellite companies as well as online stores.

There are also DVDs and Blu-rays available through online stores. We’re told there are more stores that will have it soon, so if there’s a particular place you get movies from, check back periodically. (We put logos from platforms we were told would have it, so if it’s not listed there yet, hopefully it will be soon.)



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March is Arts Education Month

Terrible Master Films recently worked with the Alabama Arts Alliance to produce this video promoting Arts Education Month.

Students and educators from Booker T. Washington Magnet High School and Alabama State University’s Art Department participated in the video.

The mission of the Alabama Arts Alliance is to increase public awareness of and engagement in the arts through education and advocacy.

Special thanks to artist/educator Chintia Kirana and Kress on Dexter for the interview location and Donna Russell of the Alabama Arts Alliance for making this video possible.

Columbia Research discusses ‘Remembering Anarcha’

Columbia Research, part of Columbia University in New York, will be discussing Remembering Anarcha as part of their ‘Research, Ethics, & Compliance’ film discussion series.

The discussion will be held on Thursday, Dec. 16, 2021 via Zoom. See this page to register and read more about it.

The discussion panel will include Michelle Browder and J.C. Hallman, who appear in the film, as well as Dr. Hilda Hutcherson and Harriet Washington (author of the book Medical Apartheid.)

Two TMF-productions are official selections in this year’s Montgomery Film Festival

Two short films – Clover/Capri and Coffee with Friends – are official selections for the 2021 Montgomery Film Festival.

Clover/Capri (25 min.) details the decades-long history of an independent art house movie theater in the heart of Montgomery, Alabama, weaving through racial segregation, adult films, and its fight for free speech along the way. (Directed by Josh Carples. Produced by Terrible Master Films, in association with Carolyn Jean’s Son Visions, 803 Films, and Early Riser Films.)

Coffee with Friends (22 min.) synopsis: A man’s morning coffee is interrupted by the ghost of his past. (Directed by Jimmie and Autumn Rogers. Produced by Eagle Road Productions and Terrible Master Films, in association with Carolyn Jean’s Son Visions and Early Riser Films.)

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