“The Man” is Back! in Baltimore (January 12) – MTPC presents

Eclectique916.com with the Zhanra Group (Clayton LeBouef), and the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation presented screenings of THE MAN at Busboys and Poets; then there was National Geographic, and then THE MAN was invited to the Lake Arts Foundation Festival in Chautauqua, NY followed by discussions led with Clayton LeBouef (“Homicide: Life on the Street,” “Something […]

A Peoples [Film] Preservation Campaign

A few months ago, I described the efforts to preserve the 1972 film “The Man” as a “Peoples Preservation Campaign“. The work of preservation is born of knowledge, technical skills, and a passionate appreciation for essential truths, events and innovations in our material culture. Preservationists are more than just history detectives. But what makes a […]

Eclectique916.com co-presents Menace the Public Conscience Project (May 26)

“UPTIGHT” (1968) “THE MAN” (1972) Introducing the MTPC Project – MENACE THE PUBLIC CONSCIENCE/ MAKE THE PUBLIC CONSCIOUS Project Saturday, May 26 (12noon – 4 PM) No Admission Fee Presented with: The Martin Luther King Memorial Library 901 G Street, (Lower Level) Washington, DC 20001 “THE MAN” stars James Earl Jones who through the law […]

“The Man” is Back – Douglass Dilman Enters the 2012 Race –

Douglass Dilman is “The Man” and the first Black President in the 1972 drama based on the novel by Irving Wallace and staring James Earl Jones. The film is back in limited distribution through independent collaborative efforts and coming to National Geographic (Grosvenor Auditorium – 1600 M Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036) Tuesday, February 7 […]

Final Night for “The Man” – Latoya Peterson of “Racialicious” joins Q&A with Clayton LeBouef

Don’t miss the final night for the free presentation of Rod Serling’s 1972 film “The Man,” Sunday, November 28 at 8 PM at Busboys and Poets (5th & K Streets, NW), part of the Focus In film series. Latoya Peterson, owner and editor of Racialicious, a blog that keeps tabs on the intersection of race […]