Awarded the Grand Prize for Best Feature Length Film at the 2011 Portland Humanist Film Festival – this documentary film chronicles the life of publisher D.M. Bennett (1818-1882).
D.M. Bennett was nineteenth-century America’s most controversial and unjustly imprisoned editor of the “blasphemous” New York City free-thought periodical “The Truth Seeker”.
Written, produced, and directed by Roderick Bradford, author of the biography D.M. Bennett: The Truth Seeker (Prometheus Books). Edited by Tom Flynn at the Center for Inquiry, Amherst, New York. Funded by a grant from the James Hervey Johnson Charitable Educational Trust.
Released in 2011. 60 min. Director: Roderick Bradford. Indie documentary film.