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2017 Filmmaker’s Bash Highlight: Grant Nooe

We are excited to welcome back Grant Nooe, chef and owner of Grant’s Kitchen located at 2847 Lakeland Dr. in Flowood! Chef Grant received the “Top Bash Chef” designation at the 2014 Bash. We cannot wait to see what he cooks up at the 2017 Bash. Did you know that music...

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2017 Filmmaker’s Bash Highlight: Nick Wallace

We are pleased to welcome back Chef Nick Wallace of the Mississippi Museum of Art, located at 380 N Lamar St., Jackson, MS! Chef Nick received the “Top Bash Chef” designation at the 2013 Bash. Nick has served as the Coordinating Chef of The Filmmaker’s Bash since its...

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2017 Filmmaker’s Bash

Join us for the fifth annual Filmmaker’s "Black Tie, Blue Jeans & BBQ" Bash on Saturday, February 25, 2017, at the Mississippi Museum of Art. The exciting chef competition showcases Mississippi’s finest culinary talents. In honor of the fifth year, chefs will...

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Featured Chefs for the 2017 Filmmaker’s Bash

We are gearing up for the 2017 "Filmmaker’s Black Tie, Blue Jeans & BBQ Bash” on Saturday, February 25, 2017, at the Mississippi Museum of Art. Join us and our amazing chefs for a fantastic evening! Featured chefs include (pictured L-R) Rashanna Newsome of The...

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Thank you to all of our wonderful supporters that enable us to continue our mission of “Saving our history, one story at a time.” We wish you and yours a very Happy...

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Our New Website

We are excited to unveil our updated website. It is easier to navigate while featuring all of our products. Yes, we are still working out some of the kinks but wanted to share our progress with you. Feel free to take a look...

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History Is Lunch

We had a great time presenting at History is Lunch the other week. The room was packed and standing room only. Thank you to everyone that came out to support us and our film. Thank you to MDAH for having us. Thank you to the Elport Chess family for being part of the...

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#SaveTheArts

The Arts remain the one unifying factor which unite mankind in the midst of insanity. They are the light in darkness which sustain people through trying times, the song which quietens the restless soul, the voice which speaks the truth, the miracle which brings calm...

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IN MEMORIAM: Dr. Ollye Brown Shirley

From Dr. Wilma Mosley Clopton: I will truly miss you. Share with me a moment in the life of this remarkable woman, Dr. Ollye Brown Shirley, whose story she shares in "In Spite of It All." Dr. Clopton's statement as reported by Howard Ballou on msnewsnow.com: "Ollye...

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History Is Lunch on September 7

Join us Wednesday, September 7 at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, for their "History is Lunch" series, from 12:00 - 1:00. Our own Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton will present "Elport Chess and the 1947 Lanier Bus Boycott. Four members of the class of...

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​Mississippi Historical Society Award

Congratulations to our own Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton! She recently received an Award of Merit from the Mississippi Historical Society for exemplary documentary film projects highlighting the significant contributions of African Americans to the State of Mississippi....

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HIGHLIGHT: Elport Chess

World War II assured the beginning of the Civil Rights movement. Elport Chess was one of the returning WWII soldiers who made a difference in Mississippi. Take a look now to see part of this untold story about "Elport Chess and the Lanier Bus Boycott of 1947." Share...

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​African Diaspora World Tourism Awards

We are excited to announce that Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton will be receiving an award for her work at the upcoming African Diaspora World Tourism Awards scheduled for August 27 in Atlanta. If you are in the Atlanta area and would like to be at the event to support...

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TODAY: Support Us on Prime Day!

REMINDER: When you #StartWithaSmile on #PrimeDay TODAY, July 12, #Amazon donates to NMHS Unlimited Film Productions. Shop for great deals by clicking here, and a portion of sales goes to NMHS. Continue to help us save our history, one story at a...

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Prime Day is July 12

When you #StartWithaSmile on #PrimeDay this Tuesday, July 12, #Amazon donates to NMHS Unlimited Film Productions. Shop for great deals at http://smile.amazon.com/gp/charity/homepage.html… and a portion of sales goes to NMHS. Continue to help us save our history, one...

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A Film for Independence Day Weekend

Happy Independence Day weekend! Here's a film you can enjoy in honor of those unsung heroes who fought and died for the freedom of all Americans. "Did Johnny Come Marching Home?" explores the role of people of African descent in the Civil War; specifically the role of...

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HIGHLIGHT: Gladys Noel Bates

“The Impact of One” is a documentary based on the compilation of historical research and video remembrances, which explore the life and contributions of Gladys Noel Bates, the teacher and Civil Rights activist who filed the first civil rights law suit in the state of...

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Amazon Smile

Did you know that NMHS Unlimited Film Productions is now part of the Amazon Smile community? Shop on Amazon Smile and help support the work of NMHS Unlimited. Visit...

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Shop on AmazonSmile for Father’s Day

Did you know that NMHS Unlimited Film Productions is now part of the AmazonSmile community? Shop on AmazonSmile for Father’s Day and help support the work of NMHS Unlimited. Visit the website at http://smile.amazon.com/gp/charity/homepage.html… and purchase an item...

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Dr. Wilma Mosley Clopton Visits St. Louis

From Dr. Clopton: In St. Louis once again working on a new film. My friend Rosetta Keaton is my guide this time to help fill in some interesting tidbits of St. Louis history for the film. She also set up some much needed interviews for me. It was a long day but,...

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother's Day to all of the phenomenal women who continue to have the courage to show us the way! Please take a moment to enjoy my tribute to my Mother, Dr. Jessie Bryant Mosley, whose strength and vision continue to guide many of us today....

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Walking in Their Footsteps: GLADYS NOEL BATES

Gladys Noel Bates was the civil rights pioneer and educator who filed the first Civil Rights lawsuit in the state of Mississippi. She was born in McComb, Mississippi. The suit, filed in 1948, charged salary discrimination against black teachers and principals. Black...

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Filmmaker’s Bash Lineup: Chef Damian Shelby

We are excited to welcome back Chef Damian Shelby, Sous Chef with the Mississippi Museum of Art! Chef Damian received the “People’s Choice” award at the 2015 Bash. He reflects that growing up watching his mom and grandmother make magic in the kitchen, using their farm...

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Filmmaker’s Bash: 24 Days Away

WE ARE 24 days away from event kick-off!!! If you haven't purchased your tickets to the 4th Annual Filmmakers BTBB it's not too late to do so!!! To purchase your tickets to the "It's About You Film Festival" Black Tie and Blues Bash click the link below:...

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History is Lunch

Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton was the May presenter at the History is Lunch program hosted by the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. She presented and led a discussion on her latest film “JESSIE: One Woman, One Vision”, a documentary about her mother, Dr....

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History is Lunch

Dr. Clopton recently presented her film “Did Johhny Come Marching Home?” at the monthly Mississippi Department of Archives and History event. The film is a salute to the people of color from Mississippi who served in the Civil War in Mississippi. “Some people focus on...

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“Walking in their Footsteps”

A big thank you to the talented people that were a part of this live production at the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center in Jackson on June 13, 2014. The production, produced by Wilma E. Mosley Clopton, Ph.D., is designed to celebrate the lives of five women...

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