Mink Slide -Historical Events In History Becomes True Reality For S.F. Filmmaker
On January 15th, 2016 - Halcyon Louis Simmons, two time award winning director and aerial cinematographer of Blu Iguana Cinema announced today that he would be starting extensive research on the anticipated feature film - "The Royal Dukes" / Working Title which has started in the early phases of gathering fact information leading up to the events that happened on February 25, 1946 in Columbia Tennessee. This historical day will indent an impression in history as the day leading up to the first racial riot recorded after the second world war. Halcyon's mother's side of the family plays an important role in this historical story about Mink Slide. On the morning of February 25, 1946 - a historical event happened at an appliance store by the name of Caster Knott located on the Southeast corner of the Columbia Square where a mother and son went to straighten out a misunderstanding about a radio to be fixed, and tuned into one of America's most famous historical events leading up as to what we know as the first, African American Racial Riot after the second World War - Mink Slide.
Noted that Halcyon's mother's side of the family was directly involved with these historical events - now interviewing family members, Halcyon will start writing the script as soon as loop holes are closed and facts are confirmed. Noted that FDR & wife were also involved. Halcyon was able to track down a living descendent of FDR for additional information about the trials. More information to be provided on this page in the near future. Follow us at: @BluIguanaCinema #MinkSlide #BluIguanaCinema - For more information about production contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org