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WOLF CALL (14 BEST FILM Awards), is the true Emmett Till story crafted from public record that became a lightning rod for moral outrage pivotal in inspiring a whole generation to commit to social change in the 1950s.
'His death was a spark that ignited the Civil Rights Movement in America,' Ed Bradley, Emmy Award-winning journalist. It is 1956.
Previous year, 14-year old Emmett Till from Chicago had gone missing in Money, Mississippi.
Later, the boy's mutilated body was found in a river.
William Bradford Huie of Look magazine sits down with the two men acquitted for the boy's murder, Roy Bryant Jr.
Milam, to discuss the trial.
Not a word had been uttered outside a courtroom by them or their kin, until now...