Deadline is a story of long-delayed justice. And there are many examples of racially-motivated cold cases that remain unsolved. The FBI has over 100 open files.
But hate crimes continue today in America. We hope Deadline can be a step forward in the process of racial reconciliation and healing.
As a small movie studio in Nashville, we lack the resources to advertise Deadline on national TV, so for Deadline to reach a wide audience we need your help. The first thing you can do is to pass this link along to your family and friends, inviting them to this website.
Next, we’re planning a series of benefit premieres across America as an exciting way to get the word out about Deadline. The premieres are hosted by local newspapers and television stations, since Deadline is a testimonial to the importance of investigative journalism. We need volunteers across the country to help with the premieres.
If you're interested in volunteering, fill out the form below and check the box. Or, just sign up for our email list (and don't check the box) and we'll keep you posted on the movie's progress, including when Deadline will be released in your area. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose.