Mick premiered his new film "Mayor Humphrey of Minneapolis" last Thursday, October 26th, at The Humphrey School, and on the afternoon of Saturday the 28th, at the Minnesota History Center. Both events were well attended and successful.
The film is now available on DVD or USB drive at: www.southhillfilms.com
Mick will be appearing live this Saturday morning (10/21) on KARE11 during the 9 o'clock hour, to promote the upcoming premiere of his new film "Mayor Humphrey of Minneapolis" at the Minnesota History Center on October 28th. Want to attend the premiere? Tickets are limited and reservations are required-more information at mnhs.org/events/881
Here's another opportunity to see our new film, "Mayor Humphrey of Minneapolis" on Saturday, October 28th, 1-3pm at the Minnesota History Center. Mick will be joined by award-winning author Samuel Freedman, who will talk about his new book, "Into the Bright Sunshine: Young Hubert Humphrey and the Fight for Civil Rights." Register here: www.mnhs.org/events/881
South Hill Films is proud to announce the premiere screening of Mayor Humphrey of Minneapolis on Thursday, October 26th at 7pm, in the Cowles Auditorium at the Humphrey School, on the University of Minnesota campus! Admission is free, but there will be limited seating and registration is required. Link for more info and registration is below.
Our friend and colleague Samuel Freedman, author of ‘Into The Bright Sunshine: Young Hubert Humphrey and the Fight for Civil Rights’ will be interviewed about his upcoming book on Fresh Air with Terry Gross on National Public Radio tonight at 8pm CST. Mick will be premiering his new film “Mayor Humphrey of Minneapolis” at a joint appearance with Sam at the Minnesota History Center on Saturday October 28th. Follow this page to get notifications. Link in the comments below ⬇️
On July 14th, 1948 Hubert Humphrey delivered a historic speech on civil rights that changed the Democratic Party and became a catalyst for the modern civil rights movement. Now "Mayor Humphrey of Minneapolis", a new film from Mick Caouette, will
commemorate the 75th anniversary of that event as well as celebrate Humphrey’s remarkable journey as mayor.
The film will be released in late summer and premiered in Minneapolis in fall 2023. For more information about the film: www.southhillfilms.com
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November 2019 I National Archive
Q&A with Producer Mick Caouette and former Director of The FDR Library, Christopher Breiseth, immediately following the screening of “Summoned: Frances Perkins and the General Welfare” at the National Archive in Washington DC, in November of 2019.
OCTOBER 15, 2015 I aaregistry.org
Historian and documentary film producer Mick Caouette shares his views on media stereotypes on African America and how they can be changed.
MAY 27, 2011
Mick speaks at the Hubert Humphrey Centennial celebration held at the Minneapolis City Hall.
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- Young, Jonathan (2014, September). Untold courage: Local filmmaker shows documentary on Thurgood Marshall’s early life at Stillwater Public Library. Stillwater Gazette.com
- Powell, Tracie (2015, January). Bringing Thurgood Marshall Back to the Forefront. alldigitocracy.org
- Hallman, Charles (2014, June). PBS documentary views Thurgood Marshall through a personal lens. MSR Online