JUDGMENT DAYS: 50 YEARS LATER is a feature-length film designed for television broadcast and theatrical release. It covers an important, but largely unknown chapter in our nation’s history. The spine of the film is built around the on-camera and voice-over narrative presented by Nick Kotz, the author of the prize-winning Judgment Days. We weave and counterpoint contemporary interviews, profiles, archival footage, art and stills, and live musical and choral performances, to reflect the complexity and intensity of the civil rights era. We see how Dr. Martin Luther King and President Lyndon Baines Johnson came together to form a team of rivals to achieve legislative success, thus changing our nation’s priorities forever. Kotz's narrative is a chronological timeline of what took place between 1963-65. This narrative is combined with extended interviews with those who knew these men from the Civil Rights era, along with the new younger generation of leaders of the movement. Additionally, individuals, young and old and from all over the country, were interviewed this past August at the March on Washington's 50th Anniversary celebrations. We include their voices to help characterize and comment on the legacy of MLK/LBJ's historic work. Projected release date: Summer 2015 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act.