Films & Other Videos
Films with: Gray, Mike
- American revolution 2 riots to revolution Chicago in 1968 /
- The 1960s was defined by a common effort to fight against injustice. Mike Gray, a Chicago filmmaker, used his camera to document the politics of the streets from the riots in the social upheaval, to the rising of two prolific groups fighting prejudice.
- DVD 7022
- China syndrome
- A television news reporter and a cameraman uncover a startling incident while investigating a nuclear power plant.
- DVD 384
- Murder of Fred Hampton
- Mike Gray started out to make a film about the Black Panther Party, but on Dec. 4, 1969, the Chicago police raided a Panther apartment and his film became a documentary about the murder of Fred Hampton, chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party. The film footage of the raid directly contradicted the State Attorney's version of the raid and so filmmakers and Panthers came together to prove that Hampton had been the designated target of the violent, punitive raid. The film's inquiry pursues official spokesmen and traps them in their attempts at covering up an orchestrated assassination.
- DVD 9737