Last night, we showed Moundsville (which you can rent for $3.99 here), at Mount Saint Mary’s in Emmitsburg, in Western Maryland, just south of Gettysburg.
The first time we screened a rough cut of Moundsville, for friends, my favorite reaction was from my pal (and neighbor) Matt, who grew up in
One of the people who left the Moundsville, West Virginia area in the 1970s, part of a wave of postindustrial emigration described in our film
One of the characters in our movie Moundsville (which you can watch here) is glassmaker Fred Wilkerson, Jr. (pictured above, on the right) who talks about his
Our panicky short-attention span era could use Barbara Tuchman. For younger readers, Tuchman (1912-1989) was, arguably, the 20thcentury’s greatest popular historian. Her books about World
American’s national crisis hinges in part on how hard it is to accept this time of change. We want progress without pain, transformation without