Separate But Equal
Separate But Equal is a history of the desegregation act in Arkansas beginning in 1957. Using archival film footage and interviews of eye-witnesses, this documentary won the T-Tauri Film Festival for best middle-school documentary in 2006.
DOCUMENTARY INFORMATION
2006, DVD-NTSC-R1, 10:15
Produced, Written, Directed and Edited by Sarah & Emma Bailin
Narrator: Emma Bailin
'Separate But Equal' written and performed by H. Grady Bailin
Music: H. Grady Bailin
Interviewees: Herbert Rule, Arthur Gillum, Scott Gillum

AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY
2007
Film Selection, Separate But Equal, The Arkansas Bar Association Annual Meeting in Hot Springs, Arkansas

2006
The Best of the T-Tauri Film Festival, Separate But Equal, Marketstreet Cinema, Little Rock, Arkansas
Film Selection, Separate But Equal, Indie Memphis Film Festival, Memphis, Tennessee
Best Middle School Documentary, T-Tauri Film Festival, Batesville, Arkansas
Honorable Mention, Arkansas Regional History Competition, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, Arkansas