From the Atlanta Journal Constitution comes a great article by Jim Galloway, Greg Bluestein and Tamar Hallerman:
The changes that result from a nationalized race for governor can be difficult to quantify, but a greater availability of resources – some that arrive without asking – is certainly one of them.
On Monday, we spoke with Robert Greenwald, a director at work on a short film about voting in Georgia. The title makes it clear where he’s headed: “Suppressed: The True Story of Georgia’s 2018 Election.”
Greenwald is no newcomer. He has a history. In 1984, he directed “The Burning Bed,” a made-for-TV film about domestic abuse, was a groundbreaker. “Xanadu” is a 1980 something that Greenwald probably would rather forget.
Read the full article at Atlanta Journal Constitution. Watch the movie’s trailer here: