A PERSONAL STORY
The Day The Cold War Came Home
The Day the Cold War Came Home tells the story of the fifteen years my family spent under FBI surveillance from 1947 ‘till my father’s death in 1962. He was a Hollywood screenwriter and one of the first victims of the American Red Scare and reign of fear that deprived thousands of people of their reputations and careers.
(I owe special thanks to Cinematographer David Skilikorn for his invaluable contributions not only in shooting all my TV specials but in creating ways early analog video could look like film.)