Metro (UK) writes about Gini Thomas, subject of ‘Commit to the Song’

Gini Thomas, one of the main subjects of the TMF-produced documentary Commit to the Song: The Joe Thomas Jr. Guitar Pull, has a lengthy writeup in the UK newspaper Metro telling her story about losing both her husband and her leg in a horrific crash and her life since.

Read “Woman who lost her husband and leg in horror crash becomes disability advocate.”

If you haven’t seen her story as portrayed in the film, be sure to check out Commit to the Song on Amazon or Tubi.

‘Clover/Capri’ coming Nov. 1

The short documentary Clover/Capri will be released on Nov. 1, 2022 at 10 a.m. on YouTube.

Clover/Capri 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. It was originally filmed in late 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Directed by Josh Carples. Produced by Terrible Master Films in association with Carolyn Jean’s Son Visions, 803 Films, and Early Riser Films.

Towering Above – How To Abandon Ship (Official Music Video)

TMF, in association with Carolyn Jean’s Son Visions and Body Thief Films present: Towering Above “How To Abandon Ship” – part two of a trilogy. (See part one here.)

Directed by Josh Carples
1st AD – C. DeWayne Cunningham
Director of Photography – Stephen Poff

Starring:
Kendrick Golsen
Jeff McKinney

Featuring:
Chris Eckels
Jacob Lee
Raina Scudder (Eaton)
Katie Walden
Amber Moody
C. DeWayne Cunningham
J. Slickwood
Clay Smith
Josh Carples

Towering Above – A Certainty (Official Music Video)

TMF, in association with Carolyn Jean’s Son Visions and Body Thief Films present: Towering Above “A Certainty” – the first of a trilogy.

Directed by Josh Carples
1st AD – C. DeWayne Cunningham
Director of Photography – Stephen Poff

Starring:
Kendrick Golsen
Jeff McKinney

Featuring:
Lindsey Adkins
Jasmine Curtis
Ahsen Bilal
J. Slickwood
Clay Smith
Josh Carples

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.

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