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My Nephew Emmett
Directed by
Kevin Wilson, Jr.

USA / 2017 / 19:25
minutes New York University

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SHORTS: Conflict.

On a dark night in 1955, a Mississippi preacher tries to protect his 14 year-old nephew, Emmett Till from two racist killers out for blood.
Kevin Wilson, Jr. was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. After completing his Bachelor's Degree with honors at North Carolina A&T State University, he began industry work with NBC Universal. After working in the industry for four years, he enrolled in New York University's Graduate Film Program where he has completed four curricular projects including his latest, My Nephew Emmett. He continues to study in pursuit of his Master of Fine Arts.
Cast/Featuring: L.B. Williams, Jasmine Guy, Dane Rhodes, Ethan Leaverton, Joshua Wright
Executive Producer(s): Kevin Wilson, Jr.
Producer(s): Kevin Wilson, Jr. , Lauren L. Owen
Director(s): Kevin Wilson, Jr.
Screenwriter(s): Kevin Wilson, Jr.
Cinematographer(s): Laura Valladao
Editor(s): Alex DeMille
Production Designer(s): Mark Terry
Composer(s)/Music: Gavin Brivik
Sound Designer(s): Steve Giammaria
Animator(s): Jordan Murphy
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