Mississippi Cold Case (2007)


Awards

Winner, 2008 CAJ Award
Best Open Television
Winner, 2008 Cine Golden Eagle
Best Investigative
Nomination, 2008 Emmy Award
Best Investigative Longform
Finalist, 2008 Medill Medal
Courage in journalism
Winner, 2007 Golden Sheaf Award
Best of Festival – Yorkton Film Festival
Winner, 2007 Golden Sheaf Award
Best Social/Political Documentary – Yorkton Film Festival
Winner, 2007 Golden Sheaf Award
Best Director – Yorkton Film Festival
Winner, 2007 Golden Sheaf Award
Best Research – Yorkton Film Festival
Winner, 2007 Gemini Award
Best Direction in a Documentary Program
Nomination, Gemini Awards
Best Photography in a Documentary
Winner, 2007 Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE)
Top Medal for Investigative
Winner, 2007 CBC Wilderness Award
Best English Program of the Year

Press

Quotes & Reviews

Synopsis: Mississippi Cold Case is the inspirational and incredible true story of African American Thomas Moore, a retired US Army Command Sergeant Major, and David Ridgen, a Canadian filmmaker who together return to Moore’s home-town of Meadville in Mississippi to directly confront the Ku Klux Klan more than forty years after they brutally murdered Moore’s brother Charles and his friend Henry Dee. The film, made over three years, results in the indictment and conviction of Klansman James Ford Seale for the crime in only the second-ever Federal Klan trial in US History.
Airdate: January 25, 2007 CBC Radio’s The Current @ 8:30 AM
CBC TV’s The National @ 10 PM February 11th, 2007 on the Main CBC Network (The National)

Screening history

On TV

CBC Television, MSNBC, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Swedish Television, Arte France, German TV, Belgian TV

In Theaters

Mississippi Cold Case screened opening night at INPUT Johannesburg 2008 and also at INPUT Brazil 2008.

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Thomas with Charles Moore Grave

Writer/Director/Camera/Editor
David Ridgen

(HD, 35, 42, 52, 85 min., 2007 © CBC)

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