U.S. President Jimmy Carter had a longtime love of music. In the documentary Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President, director Mary Wharton explores the life of this man and his impact on the world, all weaved together through the universal language of music.
Here, she shares thoughts about this new film (and a Peanut farmer from Plains, Georgia) with Noel T. Manning II.
Noel T. Manning is a member of the CCA, SEFCA and the NCFCA and is also the host of the television program and radio show Meet Me at the Movies. He’s the founder of the Real to Reel Film Fest and is an adjunct professor of film studies. When he’s not embracing mainstream, indie, international, documentary or art films, he’s digging into the world of cinema by chatting with principle individuals involved in various aspects of the filmmaking industry.
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