Kevin Williams

'America' Co-Director John Sullivan Takes Stand for U.S. Exceptionalism

'America' Co-Director John Sullivan Takes Stand for U.S. Exceptionalism

The new docudrama America opening nationwide tomorrow won’t get glowing reviews from mainstream film critics. The movie, a follow up to the second highest grossing political documentary of all time, 2016: Obama’s America, will still draw a crowd as it hits

Rick Santorum: Hollywood Abandoned Faith, Patriotism and Family

Rick Santorum: Hollywood Abandoned Faith, Patriotism and Family

Breitbart News contributor Kevin Williams (Fear of a Black Republican) recently spoke with EchoLight CEO and former presidential candidate Sen. Rick Santorum about his shift to movie making, his new western The Redemption of Henry Myers and why the entertainment industry

'Black Hawk Down' Still Resonates 20 Years After Horrific Battle

'Black Hawk Down' Still Resonates 20 Years After Horrific Battle

Black Hawk Down is one of those “stop channel surfing” films that many people devour as often as they can. Director Ridley Scott and screenwriter Ken Nolan’s accounting of the terrible events and terrific heroism by American Delta Force and

BH Interview: 'His Way' Director Douglas McGrath, Part 2

I highly recommend the documentary “His Way” as a testament to one man’s persistence, the value of being optimistic and looking for opportunities when others see problems. In covering a man, Jerry Weintraub, for whom the Bush family helped end

BH Interview: 'His Way' Director Douglas McGrath, Part 1

The documentary feature “His Way” premiered on HBO this past Spring. “His Way” is based on the autobiography “When I Stop Talking, You’ll Know I’m Dead,” which highlights the life and career of the great film producer/concert promoter/manager/philanthropist/entrepreneur Jerry Weintraub

How Audience Apathy Kills Conservative Art

In recent weeks, I have read a number of Big Hollywood articles concerning Hollywood’s and the media’s treatment of the September 11th attacks in the years since they occurred. In particular, there have been some interesting and provocative articles about

Four Walling: 'Fear of a Black Republican' Tours the South

First off, thank you to all the Big Hollywood readers who had so many nice things to say the past few months about our new documentary film, “Fear of a Black Republican.” Your comments were so inspiring and so many

Journey to 'Fear of a Black Republican'

Being a filmmaker who happens to be Republican, I had long considered making a documentary about why there are so few Republicans where I live and what that means in a city with an African American-majority population and Democratic Party-controlled