Al Olson has a nice write-up of “Moundsville” in the The Intelligencer. “A documentary featuring Moundsville was chosen to represent the archetypal post-industrial American town,”
We haven’t been sure how much media interest there’d be in the story of a post-industrial West Virginia river town. After all, there’s been so
I drove down to Moundsville this week ahead of the premiere on Dec. 7. I went to hand out fliers, meet with Sadie Crow, manager
In case you missed it, Buzzfeed last week published an essay I wrote about our project. The headline might come off as a bit pessimistic,
We had talked about showing our movie for the first time at Pittsburgh theatres like Row House or Regent Square. In the end, we got
Moundsville, directed by David Bernabo and John W. Miller and currently playing on PBS, is the biography of a classic American town, Moundsville, WV (pop.