Mighty Times: The Children's March
Mighty Times: The Children's March is a 2004 American short documentary film about the Birmingham, Alabama civil rights marches in the 1960s, highlighting the bravery of young activists involved in Children's Crusade (1963). It was directed by Robert Houston and produced by Robert Hudson. In 2005, the film won an Oscar at the 77th Academy Awards for Documentary Short Subject. The film was co-produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center and HBO.
|Mighty Times: The Children's March|
|Directed by||Robert Houston and Robert Hudson|
|Produced by||Robert Hudson|
|Music by||Don Davis|
|Edited by||Sean P. Keenan|
- Dominiqua Alexis as Interviewed Protester (as Dominiqua Lint)
- Rico E. Anderson as D.J. Shelley "The Playboy" Stewart
- Josh Evans as Police Interrogator / Firefighter
- Kali Hawk as Lenore, Protester on the news
- Jessica Joy Kemock as Townsperson
- Tony Otto as Birmingham Police Officer
- Jeremy Rodriguez as Joe
- Rick Sharp as Jail Interrogator reenactment
- Stephen Keber as Bull Connor
- "Beyond the ordinary". Georgia Straight, by Ken Eisner on May 19, 2005
- "New York Times: Mighty Times: The Children's March". NY Times. Retrieved May 30, 2008.
- "HBO, Southern Poverty Law Center Film Nominated for Academy Award". WSFA News. Retrieved January 13, 2011.
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