A comprehensive look at Harold Jackson III's films
Civil unrest erupts after Police Officer Greg Yelich shoots and kills an unarmed man during a routine traffic stop.
Jon, a young would-be businessman at loose ends in his career, spots knockout fashion model and downright cranky Sky in a coffee shop. He’s loopy and impulsive; she’s engaged to her upwardly mobile rock-steady boyfriend.
UNDER THE BOURBON MOON
Five friends meet every year for a weekend getaway. But, this year is different. This year real truths are revealed. Hidden agendas are exposed. And one friend's true intentions threaten to ruin them all. Written, produced and directed by Harold Jackson III.
Everyman Trenton La'Chance quickly finds himself in over his head in a murky world of Gangsters, dirty Cops, and betrayal all because of one deadly mistake. Starring Curtiss Cook, Kerisse Hutchinson, Loukas Papas, Del Pentecost, and Nicoye Banks.
An ex-convict attempts to escape his violent past in a small town, only to find that karma is a bitch.
A hardened therapist struggles to treat a young man with a sketchy past. The treatments quickly turn from safe into a scathing examination of addiction and the human psyche.
Best Selling Author Ezekiel Anderson is at a spiritual crossroads that is costing him his marriage. On the brink of divorce, a divine intervention hopes to remind Ezekiel of life's true gifts. Written, Produced and Directed by Harold Jackson III
BURN: The Evolution of An American City
A pair of Independent Filmmakers, on a whim set out to learn more about the little known, Worst recorded Race Riot in American History the 1921 Tulsa Oklahoma Race Riot. They were struck by the amazing complexity of such a simple place. They set out to tell the story of a city and a riot. But were told the story of a place that is a pure reflection of America.