Maggie Betts

  The “Novitiate” Interview with Kam Williams     Betting on Maggie!   Maggie Betts is a native New Yorker and graduate of Princeton University. In 2011, she completed her first documentary, The Carrier, chronicling […]


Film Review by Kam Williams   Holocaust Survivors Return to Hungarian Hometown in Poignant Postwar Drama It is August 12, 1945. Japan is reeling and on the verge of surrender in the wake of atomic […]


Thank You for Your Service

Film Review by Kam Williams   Wounded Warriors Readjust to Civilian Life in Adaptation of Heartbreaking Best Seller In the spring of 2007, the Washington Post’s David Finkel accompanied a combat team of American infantrymen […]


Invisible Ink

Book Review by Kam Williams   Invisible Ink Navigating Racism in Corporate America by Stephen M. Graham CreateSpace Paperback, $11.95 220 pages ISBN: 978-1-5411-7117-6   “It has always been a struggle for the relatively few […]



Film Review by Kam Williams Aspiring Nun Struggles with Vows in Coming-of-Age Drama Cathleen Harris (Margaret Qualley) was being raised in rural Tennessee in the Fifties when she started exhibiting an interest in God at […]


American Made

Film Review by Kam Williams   Tom Cruise Stars in Biopic about Airline Pilot-Turned-Infamous Drug Smuggler   Barry Seal (Tom Cruise) was gainfully employed as a commercial airline pilot when he was surreptitiously recruited by […]


We Were Eight Years in Power

Book Review by Kam Williams   We Were Eight Years in Power An American Tragedy by Ta-Nehisi Coates One World Hardcover, $28.00 394 pages ISBN: 978-0-399-59056-6   *”For so much of American history, the fact […]