Equal parts murder mystery, forensic investigation and political drama, the award-winning, critically acclaimed film INCENDIARY: THE WILLINGHAM CASE documents the haunted legacy of a prosecution built on "folklore."
Now playing in iTUNES MOVIES (rent or own) Worldwide, on North American DVD feat. an exclusive interview with the filmmakers, and on-demand through special extended theatrical engagements via TUGG. (link above)
Winner, The 2011 SXSW Louis Black Special Jury Award
Winner, The 2011 Innocence Network Journalism Award
Official Selection, Sterling US Feature, AFI / Discovery SILVERDOCS Festival 2011
World Premiere, SXSW 2011
“Nonfiction filmmaking at its most classic. Crime, punishment, morality and hardball politics make for an explosive narrative mix all their own.” - Ann Hornaday, THE WASHINGTON POST (critic’s pick)
"A wildly and broadly appealing documentary...a fundamental enigma...gorgeous, riveting. If there's an overriding theme to a film that puts science first, it is that science and advocacy are not friends." - John Pierson for THE NEW YORK TIMES
“[4/4 Stars.] Thought provoking; intriguing; compelling.” - Cary Darling, Miami Herald/Wire Review
"[4.5/5 stars, Top 10 Film of 2011] Mims and Bailey have turned the Willingham case into a gripping saga." - Charles Ealy, THE AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN
“Highly engaging. Convincing, meticulous...nimbly cut...It’s one thing to have a provocative idea, and quite another to turn that idea into a compelling film. Mims and Bailey succeed on both counts.” - Chris Vognar, THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS (Critic’s Pick)
“Elegant, insistent.” - Cynthia Fuchs, POPMATTERS
"INCENDIARY achieves greatness as a deeper divide in the perspective of its characters is revealed." - Shannon Houston, PASTE
“...alarming viewing for anyone who cares about the American justice system." - Sheri Linden, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES
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