On February 22, Wakefield hosts a special screening of the Baldwin documentary I Am Not Your Negro at Keystone Art Cinema. Here, he shares his personal reflections on Baldwin from when the two writers lived in The Village in the 1950s.
Bobby Plump’s last-second shot in 1954 made Milan High School an Indiana legend. But it was a low-budget, feel-good film—released in November 1986—that sealed the deal for a national audience. IM goes behind the scenes of Hoosiers with the filmmakers, actors, and observers to tell the story in their own words.