Two tone productions
Two Tone Productions was founded by a Marco Williams, a Black filmmaker, and Whitney Dow, a White filmmaker, to make films that address issues of race, and difference.
* Two Towns of Jasper 2002
An examination, with segregated black and white crews, of the town where in 1998 three white men dragged a black man was dragged to death behind a pickup truck.
* MLK Boulevard:The Concrete Dream (2003)
A look at the lives lived along the Martin Luther King Boulevards that run through almost all American cities.
* I Sit Where I Want (2004)
The Legacy of Brown vs Board of Education
A group of high school students in Buffalo, New York grapple with self segregation 50 years after the landmark Supreme Court ruling that forced the integration of American schools.
* Unfinished Country (2005)
A Portrait of Haiti's latest attempt to hold fair and free democratic elections.
* Freedom Summer (2006)
Part of The History Channel's "10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America" series, this film examines the 1964 murders of three voter registration volunteers.
* Banished (2006)
An investigation into ethnic cleansing in post-reconstruction America.
Projects in Production:
A history of Haiti told in Music.
An examination of the rise of the multimedia memorial and how it impacts collective memory and national identity.
* For Whites Only
A film about White people, made by White People, for White people
* Freedom Dreams
A film about the life and times of Patrick Critton, a black militant, criminal, revolutionary and terrorist who robbed banks, made bombs and fermented the overthrow of the United States government while running an after-school program for underprivileged youth.