Bright Leaves

Native South Carolinian filmmaker Ross McElwee is best known for SHERMAN'S MARCH (1986), a nearly three-hour rumination on love and loss that simultaneously retraces the filmmaker's failed romances and Major General William T. Sherman's scorched-earth trek across the Confederacy. Fifteen years later, McElwee, who now makes his home in Boston, is lured more

Where to Watch

Available to Stream